In Mapping Christian Education: Approaches to Congregational Learning, Jack L. Seymour provides the most up-to-date insights about the various aspects of Christian education. Ecumenical in scope and unified in process, his work includes chapters on schooling, faith communications, human development, social transformation, and future agenda. Contributors include: Elizabeth Caldwell, Margaret Ann Crain, Maria Harris, Donald E. Miller, Gabriel Moran, Robert O'Gorman, Daniel Schipani, and Jack Seymour.
By reading Mapping Christian Education:
- Seminarians will learn the fundamentals of educational theory
- Professors will discover a reliable textbook to be included in their curriculum
- Directors of Christian Education will enjoy a refresher course in recent developments and advances in the field
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About the Author
Jack L. Seymour is Professor of Religious Education at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary in Evanston, Illinois and Editor of Religious Education.
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This collection of essays endeavors to plot a course for making a connection between the content of a person's faith and the realities of his or her life through the educational ministry. It includes a short survey to assess existing approaches to Christian Ed. A 'living religion' is encouraged which includes transforming the world around us through social justice, inner spiritual growth and life-application of faith. Concrete examples are given to show how social transformation can be accomplished within the community.