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Theological perspectives on christian formation : a reader on theology and Christian education / edited by Jeff Astley, Leslie J. Francis and Colin Crowder.

Contributor(s): Astley, Jeff | Francis, Leslie J. (Leslie John), 1947- | Crowder, Colin.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Leominster : Gracewing, 1996Description: xix, 464 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0852442882 (pbk); 0802807771 (US).Subject(s): Christian education -- Philosophy | Theology, Doctrinal | Theology -- Study and teachingDDC classification: 230
Contents:
Preface -- Foreword / Stephen W. Sykes -- Theological perspectives on Christian education: an overview / Jeff Astley and Colin Crowder -- 1. Theology and Christian education theory. 1.1. Contemporary approaches to Christian education / Jack L. Seymour -- 1.2. Theological and educational concepts: problems of integration and differentiation / Karl Ernst Nipkow -- 1.3. Can church education be theological education? / Edward Farley -- 1.4. Religious education and theology / James Michael Lee -- 2. Theological foundations: the Bible. 2.1. Passion and perspective: two dimensions of education in the Bible / Walter Brueggemann -- 2.2 The reaction against classical education in the New Testament / E.A. Judge -- 'Tell it slant' / John Tinsley -- 3. Theological foundations: the church -- 3.1. The gesture of a truthful story / Stanley Hauerwas -- 3.2. No longer strangers: the church and its educational ministry / Craig R. Dykstra -- 3.3. Educating in the spirit / Carol Lakey Hess -- 4. Theological approaches: postliberal theology. 4.1. The significance of postliberalism for religious education / Gregory C. Higgins -- 4.2. Theology and belonging: Christian identity and the doing of theology / Lucien Richard -- 5. Theological approaches: liberation theology -- 5.1. Education, liberation and the church / Paulo Freire -- 5.2. Liberation theology and Christian education theory / Frank Marangos -- 6. Theological approaches: feminist theology -- 6.1. The unity of the sacred and the public possibilities from feminist theology / Mary Elizabeth Moore -- 6.2. Feminist images of redemption in education / Mary C. Grey -- 7. Spiritual formation and the worshipping community -- 7.1. Christian affections and the catechumenate / John A. Berntsen -- 7.2. The role of worship in Christian learning / Jeff Astley -- 7.3. The formative power of the congregation / Craig R. Dykstra -- 8. Spiritual formation and ministerial education -- 8.1. Transformation in Christian education / James E. Loder -- 8.2. Spiritual formation and theological education / George Lindbeck -- 8.3. Theological education and education for church leadership / Charles M. Wood -- 9. The theological education debate -- 9.1. Thinking theologically about theological education / Francis Schüssler Fiorenza -- 9.2. Theological inquiry and theological education / Charles M. Wood -- 9.3. Emerging issues and theological education / Rebecca S. Chopp -- 9.4. Can virtue be taught? Education, character and the soul / David Tracy -- 10. Theology, education and the university -- 10.1. Theology in the context of the university / Stephen Toulmin -- 10.2. The place of theology in the study of religion / Edward Farley -- 10.3. Theology: university and church. Is a synergism possible? / Claude Welch.
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Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 445-448.

Preface -- Foreword / Stephen W. Sykes -- Theological perspectives on Christian education: an overview / Jeff Astley and Colin Crowder -- 1. Theology and Christian education theory. 1.1. Contemporary approaches to Christian education / Jack L. Seymour -- 1.2. Theological and educational concepts: problems of integration and differentiation / Karl Ernst Nipkow -- 1.3. Can church education be theological education? / Edward Farley -- 1.4. Religious education and theology / James Michael Lee -- 2. Theological foundations: the Bible. 2.1. Passion and perspective: two dimensions of education in the Bible / Walter Brueggemann -- 2.2 The reaction against classical education in the New Testament / E.A. Judge -- 'Tell it slant' / John Tinsley -- 3. Theological foundations: the church -- 3.1. The gesture of a truthful story / Stanley Hauerwas -- 3.2. No longer strangers: the church and its educational ministry / Craig R. Dykstra -- 3.3. Educating in the spirit / Carol Lakey Hess -- 4. Theological approaches: postliberal theology. 4.1. The significance of postliberalism for religious education / Gregory C. Higgins -- 4.2. Theology and belonging: Christian identity and the doing of theology / Lucien Richard -- 5. Theological approaches: liberation theology -- 5.1. Education, liberation and the church / Paulo Freire -- 5.2. Liberation theology and Christian education theory / Frank Marangos -- 6. Theological approaches: feminist theology -- 6.1. The unity of the sacred and the public possibilities from feminist theology / Mary Elizabeth Moore -- 6.2. Feminist images of redemption in education / Mary C. Grey -- 7. Spiritual formation and the worshipping community -- 7.1. Christian affections and the catechumenate / John A. Berntsen -- 7.2. The role of worship in Christian learning / Jeff Astley -- 7.3. The formative power of the congregation / Craig R. Dykstra -- 8. Spiritual formation and ministerial education -- 8.1. Transformation in Christian education / James E. Loder -- 8.2. Spiritual formation and theological education / George Lindbeck -- 8.3. Theological education and education for church leadership / Charles M. Wood -- 9. The theological education debate -- 9.1. Thinking theologically about theological education / Francis Schüssler Fiorenza -- 9.2. Theological inquiry and theological education / Charles M. Wood -- 9.3. Emerging issues and theological education / Rebecca S. Chopp -- 9.4. Can virtue be taught? Education, character and the soul / David Tracy -- 10. Theology, education and the university -- 10.1. Theology in the context of the university / Stephen Toulmin -- 10.2. The place of theology in the study of religion / Edward Farley -- 10.3. Theology: university and church. Is a synergism possible? / Claude Welch.

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