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by Kendig B. Cully

Author: Kendig B. Cully
Language: English
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press; First Edition/First Printing edition (January 1963)
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Christian education began in the Garden of Eden-a fact not often cited by education historians but one substantiated by Scripture. Cully, Kendig Brubaker, Ed. The Westminster Dictionary of Christian Education. Philadelphia: Westminster, 1968

Christian education began in the Garden of Eden-a fact not often cited by education historians but one substantiated by Scripture. The Bible is God’s infallible textbook for life and the very essence of God’s revealing Himself to man. In II Peter 1:3, the apostle says that the knowledge of God is all we need for life and godliness. Philadelphia: Westminster, 1968. Eavey, C. B. History of Christian Education. Chicago: Moody, 1964. Fergusson, E. Morris. Historic Chapters in Christian Education in America. New York: Revell, 1935.

Westminster Dictionary o. .has been added to your Cart. This is a slim volume but it is unexpectedly thorough for Christian readers whose theological study is grounded in the Reformed tradition. Kindle indexing just isn't up to snuff yet. That's why I docked the book a star.

According to Douglas Wilson, this method of instruction was developed by early Christians as part of the Seven Liberal Arts.

Believing that there has been a ""veritable revolution in Religious Education since 1940,"" the author examines the various contributions of different ""schools"" of Christian . Pub Date: July 12th, 1965. Publisher: Westminster.

Believing that there has been a ""veritable revolution in Religious Education since 1940,"" the author examines the various contributions of different ""schools"" of Christian education, as leading to a case for deeper historical foundations for the educational endeavors of the churches. Acknowledging that most of the new thinking in the field has been done by individuals, and that much of what they have written and taught is still to find embodiment in curricula, the author surveys the principles and points of view put forth by leading exponents in the.

Washington and Cleveland: Corpus Books-The World Publishing C. 1968. Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1958. Cully, Kendig . ed. A. J. Heschel and the Philosophy of the Bible. Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1963. New York and London: Columbia University Press, 1964. Dupuis, Adrian M. Philosophy of Education in Historical Perspective.

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