REKINDLING THE FLAME of CHRISTIAN EDUCATION by D. (JUDY) WILLIAMS

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Rekindling the Flame ofChristian Education" gives a well researched and thought provoking look intothe historical development of education from a biblical viewpoint- It identifies key movers and shakers in theadvancement of Christian education, speaks to current problems and their rootsand offers practical suggestions on how we can "Rekindle the Flame of ChristianEducation" in our generation. Pastor Al EbanksThis riveting compilation, skillfully unveils major historical events that influenced the biblicalprinciples of education, during periods of the MiddleAges, Renaissance, Reformation, and Enlightenment. "Rekindling the Flame of Christian Education" ignites the reader's imagination by exploring pasteducational trends. Startling factsrelating to curriculum changes reveal a significant decline in biblicalcontent. Chapter one, briefly examines thehistory of Christian Education and defines the subject. Chapter two highlights the circumstances, people and events influencing Christian education, and Chapter three practicalsolutions on rekindling the flame of Christian education. This is an eye opener and atextbook for serious Christian educators and learners who will nonetheless bechallenged to effectively educate the whole person.
 

About D. (JUDY) WILLIAMS

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D. Newell Williams is president and professor of modern and American church history at Brite Divinity School, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas. He is the co-editor of The Encyclopedia of the Stone-Campbell Movement (William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 2004) as well as author of Barton Stone: A Spiritual Biography, from Chalice Press.
 
Published June 3, 2004 by AuthorHouse. 88 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Religion & Spirituality.

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