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Dr. Michael Horan discusses his belief that religion is a way to see the world and “the challenge of human existence” more clearly. He acknowledges that there are many different ways to do this, and that many are decided by one’s cultural surroundings, however he then says that Christianity is the best one for him.
Horan, Michael and Benney, Alfred. Created by Alfred Benney. "Dr. Michael Horan Engages with the Question: Are All Religious the Same?" February 1999. DigitalCommons@Fairfield. Web. https://digitalcommons.fairfield.edu/asrvideos/338
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About the Interviewee:
Dr. Michael Horan received both his Masters and Doctorate in Religion and Religious Education from the Catholic University of America. He is a Professor of Religious Education and Pastoral Theology and Graduate Program Director at Loyola Marymount University. He is interested in the preparation of lay ministers for leadership in the Catholic Church. Michael Horan is an author of two works on the General Directory for Catechesis, numerous articles and essays. A national speaker on topics in religious education and youth ministry, Dr. Horan is a contributing author of Blest Are We, the parish and school religious education series published by Silver Burdett Ginn.
About the Interviewer:
Dr. Alfred Benney is Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies at Fairfield University. He has a Ph.D in Theology from the Hartford Seminary Foundation and taught courses in Non-Traditional American Religions and Christian Religious Thought. His research interests include “how people learn”; “the appropriate use of technology in teaching/learning”; and “myth as explanatory narrative”. He has published work on teaching with technology.