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An unexpected prophet : what the 21st-century church can learn from youth ministry.

Contributor(s): Princeton Theological Seminary. Institute for Youth Ministry.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Princeton lectures on youth, church, and culture 1999. Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Institute for Youth Ministry, Princeton Theological Seminary, 2000Description: 92 p. ; 23 cm.Subject(s): Church work with youth
Contents:
Holding on to our kisses : the hormonal theology of adolescence / Kenda Creasy Dean -- The sacrament of one another : practicing fidelity through holy friendship / Kenda Creasy Dean -- Praying and watching / Jürgen Moltmann -- What is a theologian? / Jürgen Moltmann -- More than a mystery : the practical implications of the Trinity in ministry with youth / Cynthia L. Rigby -- More than a hero : the practical implications of the incarnation in ministry with youth / Cynthia L. Rigby -- New wineskins, new models, and visions for a new century / Eugene F. Rivers III -- Youth ministry for the world in which we live / Eugene F. Rivers III.
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Book Book *Schaff Library
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BV 4447 .U54 2000 (Browse shelf) Available 30092100404434
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Includes bibliographical references.

Holding on to our kisses : the hormonal theology of adolescence / Kenda Creasy Dean -- The sacrament of one another : practicing fidelity through holy friendship / Kenda Creasy Dean -- Praying and watching / Jürgen Moltmann -- What is a theologian? / Jürgen Moltmann -- More than a mystery : the practical implications of the Trinity in ministry with youth / Cynthia L. Rigby -- More than a hero : the practical implications of the incarnation in ministry with youth / Cynthia L. Rigby -- New wineskins, new models, and visions for a new century / Eugene F. Rivers III -- Youth ministry for the world in which we live / Eugene F. Rivers III.

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