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 Contemporary Approaches to Christian Education
Contemporary Approaches to Christian Education   -     By: Seymour Miller
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"From the Publisher:" CONTEMPORARY APPROACHES TO CHRISTIAN EDUCATION by Jack L. Seymour and Donald E. Miller Six experts investigate five approaches for Christian educators to develop theory and practice.

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Format: Paperback
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 1982
ISBN: 0687094933
ISBN-13: 9780687094936

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Seymour and Miller, with four other experts in the field, seek to clarify the agenda, resources, and hopes for Christian education in the twenty-first century. Gone are the days when Christian education was variously envisioned as a school, a home, an educational system, a mission agency, or a school for Christian living. These dreams revealed the conflicts Christian education was to face throughout much of the twentieth century; yet they also clarified its resources and motivated efforts on its behalf.

Modern educators such as Seymour and Miller also dream of what Christian education is and what it can become. Here they investigate five approaches through which contemporary Christian educators can develop the theory and practice of Christian education:
(1) religious instruction
(2) faith community
(3) development
(4) liberation
(5) interpretation.
 
Although they explore these five vital approaches from psychological, philosophical, exegetical, and sociological viewpoints, the authors agree that the central theme is still the teaching of the Good News. It is there we will discover that we are delivered for dependency on the old ways and that we are free to move into new ways of living.

Author Bio

Jack L. Seymour is Professor of Religious Education at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary in Evanston, Illinois and Editor of Religious Education. Donald E. Miller is pprofessor of Christian education and ethics ant Bethany Theological Seminary, Oak Brook, Illinois. He received his Ph.D. from Harvard University.

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