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Basic writings in Christian education.

Kendig Brubaker Cully

Basic writings in Christian education.

by Kendig Brubaker Cully

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Published by Westminster Press in Philadelphia .
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  • Religious education.

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    LC ClassificationsLC321 .C8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination350 p.
    Number of Pages350
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5797180M
    LC Control Number60009504
    OCLC/WorldCa1184526

    Basic Elements of the Christian Life, vol. 1. For those seeking God and for believers who desire to grow in Christ, the chapters in this volume will establish a firm foundation for a rich and meaningful Christian life. Chapter one delves into God’s plan of salvation, and the following chapters detail basic yet crucial experiences for Christians. Foundational issues in Christian education: an introduction in evangelical perspective / Robert W. Pazmiño.—3rd ed. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. ISBN (pbk.) 1. Christian education. I. Title. BVP39 —dc22 File Size: KB.

    Edition Notes Originally publishedas: Basic writings, , London: George Allen & Unwin, Includes index. Series Routledge classicsCited by:   "The Basic Writings of Nietzsche" collects some of the most famous and representative works of German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. In this anthology you will find complete editions of "The Birth of Tragedy," a work of dramatic theory written early in the philosopher's career, "Beyond Good and Evil," a polemic critique of past philosophers in regards to their considerations of morality, "On Brand: MVP.

    This book is more than just a comprehensive collection of information on Christian education. It is a working tool written by a group of Christian educators to provide both a clear understanding of basic principles of Christian education and a practical guide for day-to Brand: B&H Books. A first compilation by Ellen White on education appeared in titled Christian Education. This page book was a grouping of materials drawn together from published and manuscript sources. It served as Ellen White's basic statement on education for ten years. Then, in , Education appeared, replacing the earlier book as an enlarged and File Size: KB.


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Cully drew on his experience as Professor of Christian Education at Seabury-Western Theological Seminary to edit a book long missing in his field.

Less than two hundred years separate us from that first Sunday School of Robert Raikes, and we are too apt to think of Christian education's beginning there. Basics of Christian Education Congregations always struggle with what quality Christian education is and how to build and maintain it.

In this concise and easy-to-use guide, Karen Tye offers practical help, addressing the vital areas that need attention when planning for /5(39). Later a supplement to “Christian Education” was issued containing additional matter. In“Special Testimonies on Education” was published. This small volume contained articles of incalculable value to our teachers.

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