Christian religious education: sharing our story and vision

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Harper & Row, 1981 - Religion - 296 pages
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Uses contemporary educational theory, biblical scholarship, and social theory to define the purpose and approach of modern Christian education

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Ground-breaking work drawing on the insights of liberation theology. Read full review

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yikes! this is slow-going. and the guy is completely full of himself based upon the newest prologue: "Likely, there are few professionally trained religious educators in the English-speaking world who ... Read full review


Chapter Two A Coming to Terms
The Purpose of Christian Religious Education

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Thomas Groome is professor of theology and religious education at Boston College. He is the author of "Christian Religious Education", widely regarded as the most important and influential contemporary work on the subject, and of "Sharing Faith", a foundational work on Christian ministry. He is also the principal author of the Coming to Faith series, the bestselling K-8 religion curriculum in Catholic schools and parishes today.

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