9781593175412

Discipleship That Transforms

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    9781593175412

  • ISBN10:

    1593175418

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2011-08-31
  • Publisher: WARNER PRESS
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This textbook explores how Christian education in a Wesleyan Holiness context differs from that of other Christian traditions. Written by twelve Christian educators, "Discipleship That Transforms" offers a practical orientation to all aspects of discipleship in the local church. It affirms that life transformation is the true goal of all Christian education.

Table of Contents

Contributorsp. vii
Prefacep. ix
Princples
Why This Book?p. 3
Basic Theological Topicsp. 13
The Role of the Bible in Christian Educationp. 23
Jesus, the Master Teacher: Teaching That Transformsp. 29
Overview of the History of Christian Educationp. 41
Educational Philosophyp. 57
Premodern, Modern, and Postmodern Modes of Thinking and Beingp. 75
Human Developmentp. 87
The Power of Storyp. 97
Reaching Out and Bringing in Education, Evangelism, and the Nurture of Christian Faithp. 131
Planning
Administering Christian Educationp. 147
Goals and Objectives in Christian Educationp. 165
How to Study the Biblep. 179
Choosing and Evaluating Curriculump. 191
The Teaching-Learning Transactionp. 203
Planning to Teachp. 217
A Place to Teach: Educational Facilitiesp. 229
Practice
A Church Cannot Not Teachp. 245
Do as I Do and as I Say: Intentional Discipleshipp. 257
Camps and Retreatsp. 267
Christian Education Across the Lifespanp. 281
Meeting Special Needs in the Christian Education Settingp. 293
Why the Church Needs the Familyp. 309
Intercultural Educationp. 321
Church and Public Educationp. 333
Contemporary Holiness Livingp. 345
Christian Education in the Emerging Churchp. 359
Trends in Christian Educationp. 367
Indexp. 375
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