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Religious education by way of knowing and soul nourishing can take a person and let them be engaged actively in their present and their future It must recognize human development and that teaching and learning can never be individualistic because we are all bound by the whole creation in the web of life as Vogel states it Knowing is required for persons of faith It includes the cognitive and the affective domains of life Integration is very important in the developmental process as well When people are at the intersection of life they can find connections between their past lives and their future hopes They see their present experiences and their stories These all integrate with each other Developmental theories are important because they can examine several meanings in the journeys of life The developmentalists ask how questions which ask how we discern the meanings of our lives and how we develop Developmental theories offer different ways we can view our adulthood When people think of the word teaching they think of someone lecturing and when they think of the word learning they think of someone being told Learning by dialogue usually begins with what a person knows Learning should draw on past experiences and on the future hopes Conflict must be confronted Learning should be cooperative not competitive Learning that engages learners on every level can be fulfilling and socially beneficial The methods we use to teach and learn must challenge and help us respond in affective and creative ways We all bring something different to the table This is what makes teaching and learning so unique There are four ways of experiencing Adult Religious Education They are as follows schooling pilgrimage household of faith and new earth Schooling is a part of our experience in which we provide a metaphor of understanding in what we teach and learn faith Pilgrimage is a metaphor that opens us all up to show that our
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