Citation Information The following chapters were originally published in peer reviewed journals. When citing these, please use the original sources. Apart from adapting the references to APA style (7th edition) and the addition of section numbers, the originally published articles have been incorporated in this dissertation without changes. Chapter 3 Markus, J. J., De Kock, A., De Muynck, A., Bertram-Troost, G. D., & Barnard, M. (2021). Religious tolerance as educational goal in orthodox Protestant schools: Exploring the concept and tensions teachers potentially experience [Manuscript submitted for publication]. Practices, Protestantse Theologische Universiteit. Chapter 4 Markus, J. J., De Kock, A., De Muynck, A., Bertram-Troost, G. D., & Barnard, M. (2018). How cohesion matters: Teachers and their choice to work at an orthodox Protestant school. Journal of School Choice, 12(4), 567-587. https://doi.org/10.1080/15582159.2018.1437313 Chapter 5 Markus, J. J., Bertram-Troost, G. D., De Kock, A., De Muynck, A., & Barnard, M. (2019). Stimulating inquisitiveness: Teachers at orthodox Protestant schools about their roles in religious socialization. Religious Education, 114(4), 513-527. https://doi.org/10.1080/0034 4087.2019.1581874 Chapter 6 Markus, J. J., Bertram-Troost, G. D., De Muynck, A., De Kock, A., & Barnard, M. (2021). Distinction, identification, and recognition: Teachers in orthodox Protestant schools on their faith and religious others. International Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Society, 11(1), 137-154. https://doi.org/10.18848/2154-8633/CGP/v11i01/137-154 Chapter 7 Markus, J. J., De Muynck, A., De Kock, A., Bertram-Troost, G. D., & Barnard, M. (in press). Beyond right-or-wrong thinking: Alumni and teacher educators about religious diversity in orthodox Protestant teacher education. International Journal of Christianity & Education.