Excerpt  from “Religious Education, Journey Beyond the Insularity of the Religious Text” by Jay Glover 
Language of Separation and Violence That Undergirds Religious Education 

The task of religious educating beyond insularity, requires the suspension of ideologies and language that reflect the notion of religious, ethnic, intellectual supremacy and privilege. Therefore, recognizing the exploitation of language derived from the core curriculum of the religious text, as more than a causal contributor, is a task for the religious educator as critical theorist and critical historical analyst.