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2017 | 3 | 15-26
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Experimental and Applied Religious Studies for Reducing Religious Intolerance

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If we wish to increase peace in the world, we must reduce religious intolerance. Potentially, the way we learn about religion and conceive religion can be a strategy toward this goal. How might we design and continually improve learning about religion if our intention is specifically to reduce religious intolerance? This requires experimentation to determine demonstrably effective solutions. In this paper, I briefly unpack the challenge at hand, describe an approach toward collaborative experimentation, and outline a set of mutually-supporting hypotheses with which to design solutions.
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  • University of Otago, 362 Leith St, North Dunedin, Dunedin 9016, New Zealand.
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