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Introduction to Christian Education and Formation

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Introduction to Christian Education and Formation is an introductory education and formation text from an experienced Christian education professor along with ten contributing experts, giving an overview of Christ-centered global Christian formation, including a mix of theological foundations, human development theories, and practical applications.
 
A bold and unique hybrid among resources for Christian educators, students, and pastoral staff, this enterprising book blends the voices of a single author and ten contributing experts into a global conversation on Christian formation and nurture. It effortlessly transcends all ages and all cultures, as it positions Christianity vibrantly alive from cradle to grave. This introductory text on Christian education-formation includes extensive graphical illustrations and accompanying online appendixes, providing a wealth of resources not only to be used in the classroom but to be lived out in the life of the church in the world.
Contributor Ronald T. Habermas
Short Bio Ronald T. Habermas
Dr. Ronald Habermas has taught in Christian higher education for more than twenty-five years and he has served on the staff of local churches for more than a dozen years. He is a member of the North American Professors of Christian Education and holds degrees from William Tyndale College, North American Baptist Seminary, Wheaton Graduate School, and Michigan State University. Dr. Habermas is the author of many journal articles and several books including The Complete Disciple. Currently he researches and writes on various projects, while doing adjunct teaching.
UPC 025986574482
ISBN-13 9780310574484
Publish Date May 26, 2009
Publisher Zondervan
Price $19.99
Format eBook
Language English

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