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Christianity and Education

Shaping Christian Thinking in Context

Bernard Farr and David Emmanuel Singh

Regnum (2011)


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Shaping Christian Thinking in Context

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Christianity and Education is a collection of papers published in Transformation: An International Journal of Holistic Mission Studies over a period of 15 years. It brings to life some of the papers that lay buried in shelves and in disparate volumes of Transformation, under a single volume for theological libraries, students and teachers. The articles here represent a spectrum of Christian thinking addressing issues of institutional development for theological education, theological studies in the context of global mission, contextually aware/informed education, and academies which deliver such education, methodologies and personal reflections.

 

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Christianity and Education is a collection of papers published in

Transformation: An International Journal of Holistic Mission Studies

 

 

 

 

 

 

over a period

of 15 years. It brings to life some of the papers that lay buried in shelves

and in disparate volumes of

 

 

Transformation

 

, under a single volume for

 

 


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