Seeing an unnecessary divide between evangelism and education, these twelve essayists address concerns for the facilitation of both. In three cycles of essays ('Embracing the Questions', 'Exploring the Possibilities', and 'Claiming the Challenge') the writers comb out the tangles obscuring the issue.
Christian Education as Evangelism examines the array of possibilities in a balanced understanding of how these two offices should blend to compliment each other. While the authors are all Lutheran teachers, this book is meant to aid all denominations in coming to grasps with approaching a biblical vision for both evangelism and education.
Christian Education as Evangelism provides skills and tools for evangelical outreach. Each chapter includes stories, questions for reflection, and practical parish strategies. An ideal primary textbook for college and seminary classrooms.
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