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9781682545256
English

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For the last few decades, Christian Education has been a discipline with an identity crisis. What is the primary function of Christian Education? What activity is associated with Christian Education? What activity is principally associated with Christian Education? What is the focus of Christian Education? Most importantly, what is the core essential of Christian Education?In Exploring the Theological Aspects of Christian Education, the author seeks to provide relevant answers to these questions. It will show that for Christian Education to be educational, it requires the theories, teaching task, and target; but for Christian educators to be Christian, it requires a theological determinant with a profound influence in the life and ministry of the Christian educator.


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