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Published by Abingdon Press in Nashville .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian education -- Philosophy

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 261-287).

    Statementedited by Jack L. Seymour and Donald E. Miller.
    ContributionsSeymour, Jack L. 1948-, Miller, Donald Eugene.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBV1464 .T46 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination287 p. ;
    Number of Pages287
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1875759M
    ISBN 100687413559
    LC Control Number90035784

    theology may be subject to different requirements. In essence, this approach is a denial of the Lordship of Jesus Christ over all areas of creation. A second approach is to equate Christian edu-cation with “Christians educating.” 8. In this case, Christian education is all about the Christian char - acter of the professor, teacher, and. Christian Education Links. Reformation Heritage Books Christian Education and Homeschooling. Covenant Home Curriculum “Providers of a complete, eclectic, classical approach, Pre-school through 12th grade curriculum for home educators with a reformed Christian world view.”.

    As an experienced educator, the author of a celebrated two-volume history of Christianity, and an advocate for theological training in the global South, Justo GonzaÌ lez is undoubtedly qualified to advance a history of theological education. And GonzaÌ lez’s The History of Theological Education is certainly more than a repackaging of his previous work with a focus on theological training. intended to reflect on and develop theological approaches to religious plural-ity and those to enhance interfaith dialogue The project to which this issue of Theological Education is dedicated was also funded by the Luce Foundation and has as its focus pastoral practices The Christian .

    It is particularly important because this format became the approach of almost all of the evangelical Sunday school curriculum publishers. A Theology of Christian Education () is Richards’s most important theoretical work. In it he provides the seed ideas that are developed in depth in many of his other major Christian education theory books. 1 Kenneth O. Gangel, Building Leaders for Church Education (Chicago: Moody, ), He goes on to say that genuine desire for impacting society will ultimately come only from Christian maturity, which is the task of CE. 2 F.F. Bruce, The New International Commentary on the New Testament: The Book of the Acts (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, ),


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In this volume, "educator/theologians" address the longstanding split between education and theology. Eleven essays consider the nature of tradition, the role of the church, the nature of person, an understanding of mission, and the issue of theological method. Modern educators such as Seymour and Miller also dream of what Christian education is and what it can become.

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Theological education does not narrow on God’s word only but it puts other fields of discipline into consideration as revealed from the Scriptures. in other words, whatever people will study about God shall be that which He revealed about Himself in the Scriptures. (Deuteronomy ) Theological education is not setting.

understand the nature of Christian Religious Education and its theological, historical, and educational contexts; 2. identify their own assumptions about and approaches to Christian Religious Education, and how these are derived from and influence their own personal, social, political, cultural, racial, and religious contexts; 3.

Secular education seeks to make more successful and intelligent people. The Christian educator aspires to nothing less than the transformation of a believer into the image of Christ. ular education and Christian education is the adjectival descriptor Christian. "To be Christian, Christian education must: have God's esteem for the human being, sense the task to be a whole-life experience of growth and maturity, and give opportunity for service through experiential action.'".

Description of the book "Theological Approaches to Christian Education": This sequel to Seymour and Miller's popular Contemporary Approaches to Christian Education offers new information and ideas regarding the major theological issues within Christian education today.

In one volume, the world's leading Christian educators reflect on such issues as tradition in the church, religious pluralism, human development, spirituality, ecumenical learning, feminist and liberation theology.

The first approach to Christian education suggests that one can divide life into secular and sacred domains. This approach is a type of dualism, which holds that the Bible deals in matters of faith or spiritual life whereas education deals with academic skills and reason. This book in its third edition explores the disciplines used to form a ho-listic and integrated conception of Christian education from which guiding principles and guidelines for practice can be drawn.

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The Principle Approach is a modern appellation for the American colonial model of education. It is a systematic, Christian approach to education that builds upon a classical curriculum and is thoroughly biblical in its philosophy and application.

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What is “Christian” about Christian education; how is it different from on-Christian education. A Theology for Christian Education examines this question in depth and argues that the doctrines of systematic theology should drive the content, purpose, and methods of the educational program of the c book states: “Christian education is distinct from other kinds of/5.

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