Parent/Teacher Handbook: Teaching Older Children Everything They Need to Know about Their Christian Heritage

Parent/Teacher Handbook: Teaching Older Children Everything They Need to Know about Their Christian Heritage

by Edward A. Buchanan



Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780805427127
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
Publication date: 02/01/2006
Series: Parent/Teacher Handbooks Ser.
Pages: 252
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range: 9 - 12 Years

Table of Contents

General Introduction for Parents and Teachers1
Children, Grades 4-61
Children and Learning2
Basic Christian Learning3
About This Book4
Bible Customs5
Homes in Palestine5
Common Homes7
Villages and Cities12
The Village12
The City12
Food and Hospitality13
Bread and Butter14
Vegetables, Fruit, and Honey14
Meat and Fish15
Games and Leisure Activities16
Clothing for Men and Women17
Jewish and Christian Religious Education19
Jewish Education19
Informal Education in the Family19
What Was Included in the Teaching Described by Solomon?20
How Were the History and Law of God Taught?20
Religious Festivals23
Semiformal and Formal Education in Synagogue and School25
Christian Education in the Early Church26
Teaching of Jesus and His Disciples27
Teaching Through the Home28
Teaching Through the Church28
Christian Education Today29
Teaching Through the Home30
Teaching Through the Church30
Christian Higher Education32
Christian Colleges and Seminaries32
Time Line of the History of the Church33
Introduction for Parents and Teachers33
God Works in History33
Rome Dominated the Mediterranean World to AD 47633
Destruction of the Temple in AD 7034
Persecution of Christians35
Constantine Becomes Emperor and a Christian35
The Council of Nicea (AD 325)36
The Church Fathers in the Western Church37
Missionary Expansion of Christianity38
Fall of the Roman Empire (AD 476)39
Expansion of Christendom Among the Barbarians40
Islam-Mohammed (570-632)44
Iconoclastic Controversy (726-787)45
The Effect of the Iconoclastic Controversy on the West46
The Holy Roman Empire (962-1806)48
The Schism Between the Eastern and Western Churches to the Renaissance (1054-1517)48
The Crusades (1096-1248)49
Early Reform Movements50
The Franciscans50
Raymon Lull51
The Waldensians51
The Brethren of the Common Life52
Thomas Aquinas52
The Rise of the Universities53
Scientific, Literary, and Artistic Achievements54
The Cathedral of Notre Dame54
Johannes Gutenberg55
Morality Plays55
Early Reformers55
John Wycliffe55
John Hus56
Decline of the Middle Ages56
The Power of the Pope Declined56
The Black Death57
The Reformation Rocks Europe and the Western Church (1517-1699)58
The Reformers58
The Reformation and the Church in England60
Henry VIII60
William Tyndale61
Edward VI61
Mary Tudor61
Elizabeth I62
The Puritans and the Separatists62
James VI and I63
Charles I63
Oliver Cromwell64
The Catholic Counter-Reformation64
Ignatius Loyola64
Francis Xavier65
The Council of Trent65
Wars of Religion66
The Thirty Years War67
Christianity Comes to America67
Spanish Missions67
The Pilgrims68
Roger Williams69
Christianity in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries70
The Age of Reason70
English and American Revolutions70
Jean Jacques Rousseau70
The Pietistic Reaction to Rationalism and Secularism71
Philip Jacob Spener72
The Great Awakening72
The Establishment of Colleges73
The Second Great Awakening73
Foreign Missions74
Sunday School74
Mass Evangelists74
Dwight L. Moody74
Billy Sunday75
Charles Haddon Spurgeon75
Evangelical Christianity in the Twentieth Century75
Wars and Revolutions76
Growth of Liberalism in Churches and Denominations76
Resurgence of Evangelical Churches and Denominations77
Revivals in the Twentieth Century77
Christian Writers of the Twentieth Century78
What We Believe78
Introduction for Parents and Teachers78
Faith, Goodness, and Knowledge78
Teaching Virtues of Faith, Goodness, and Knowledge79
The Apostles' Creed80
Christian Missions90
Introduction for Parents and Teachers90
Progress in World Missions90
Protestant Missionary Expansion91
Missions Yesterday and Today91
Foreign Missions92
Home Missions99
Christianity and the Fine Arts106
Introduction to Parents and Teachers106
Christian Works of Art107
Christian Symbolism in the Early Church108
Christian Architecture112
Notre Dame of Chartres112
Rutland Chapel at Ridgecrest, North Carolina116
Christian Painting116
The Adoration of the Lamb of God byHubert and Jan van Eyck117
The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci120
The Last Judgment by Michelangelo in the Sistine Chapel121
The Praying Hands by Albrecht Durer123
The Crucifixion by Matthias Grunewald124
Christ Driving the Money Changers from the Temple by El Greco125
The Light of the World by William Holman-Hunt126
Christian Music126
George Frederick Handel (1685-1759)128
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)129
Birth of the English Hymn130
Contemporary Church Music131
How to Use a Hymnal132
Christian Works of Literature133
John Bunyan and The Pilgrim's Progress134
C. S. Lewis and The Chronicles of Narnia136
Science and the Christian Faith138
Introduction for Parents and Teachers138
Science and the Christian Faith140
Biology and Evolution140
Astronomy and Earth Science147
Intelligent Design150
The God of Creation151
Select Bibliography153
The Jewish Calendar154
The Christian Calendar155
Lesson Plans157
Introduction to Lesson Plans for Parents and Teachers157
Bible Customs and Religious Instruction-lessons 1-2160
Church History, Doctrine, and Missions-lessons 3-9171
Christianity and the Fine Arts, Science and the Christian Faith-lessons 10-15213
Answers to Lesson Plan Activity Sheets251

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