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Muchová Ludmila, Hořejší Petra
Th e teacher of religion – missionary and evangelist, but also a professional and expert. Above all, however, a Christian experiencing a deep internal relationship with God through Christ
The study aims to defi ne the possible essential characteristics of a Czech teacher of religious education today. First, its audience is informed about a piece of empirical research carried out in the Czech Republic and German speaking parts of Europe. This builds the theoretical framework for a qualitative probe of the religious education teacher’s personality, as such. The study is based on data analysis of a focus group of religious education teachers from České Budějovice. The fi nal interpretation fi nds a certain type of the religious education teacher, which was identifi ed in the interview and creates the possibility of further empirical research.
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