6 edition of The higher Christian education. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Benjamin W. Dwight ...|
|LC Classifications||LC383 .D8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., [vii]-xvii, iv p., 1l., -347 p.|
|Number of Pages||347|
|LC Control Number||07036683|
I recently had the opportunity to speak at a Baylor conference on Christian higher education. I used the story of Ben Franklin and George Whitefield’s debate about the purposes of Franklin’s “Academy of Philadelphia” (see my post on this topic here) as an illustration to make several observations about challenges for Christian colleges and faculty today. This well-researched, thorough survey of the past, present and future of Christian education in America was the first comprehensive history of Protestant higher education when first published. From Harvard's founding in the 17th century to its present state, Ringenberg explores the development of the Protestant college in light of colonial influnces, the expansion of education after the.
Restoring the Soul of the University is a pioneering work that charts the history of the university and casts an inspiring vision for the future of higher education. Restoring the Soul of the University: Unifying Christian Higher Education in a Fragmented Age () by Perry L. Glanzer, Nathan F. Alleman, Todd C. ReamPages: You can download Renewing Minds: Serving Church and Society through Christian Higher Education in pdf format.
Christian Higher Education: A Global Reconnaissance visits some of the hotspots of Christian university development, such as South Korea, Kenya, and Nigeria, and compares what is happening there to places in Canada, the United States, and Europe, where Christian higher education has a longer history. Very little research until now has examined. The General Board of Higher Education and Ministry. Books published under this imprint support the mission of the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of The United Methodist Church to recruit, prepare, nurture, and educate Christian leaders.
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“Christian Higher Education, skillfully edited by David Dockery and Chris Morgan, is a work both magisterial and invitational, welcoming the reader into a deeper understanding of the history, need, nature, and purposes of Christian higher education and the implications for the student and broader society.
It will serve as a great Cited by: 1. The book actually embodies the richness and the distinctiveness of the Pietist tradition's approach to higher education: first, the humility reflected in the careful, exploratory tone of the individual essays; second, the relational element exhibited in the collective wisdom of the entire group; finally, the impact on the heart as well as the /5(4).
What of the immaterial, though deeply meaningful, benefits of higher education, and specifically Christian higher education. Andrew Delbanco’s book “College: What It Was, Is, And Should Be” surveys with a critical but ultimately loving eye the current state of higher education.
Though Delbanco, a humanities professor at Columbia. book review Teaching across Cultures: Contextualizing Education for Global Mission by James E. Plueddemann, Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press Academic,pp., $ (paperback), ISBN: the subject of Christian education was published in The pamphlet containing this instruction was entitled “Selections From the Testimonies Concerning the Subject of Education.” A reprint and enlargement of this booklet was brought out inunder the title “Christian Education.”.
What is a Christian education. Although the term Christian education does not occur in the Bible, the Bible speaks of the moral and spiritual instruction of believers in general and of children in places a high value upon knowledge, both of God and of His works.
It describes the moral and spiritual fruits of this knowledge and defines its ultimate purpose. INTRODUCTION TO CHRISTIAN EDUCATION EDSpring Tuesday p.m. MUDD Instructor Prof. Boyung Lee [email protected] Holbrook A helpful guide for new (and experienced) faculty at religious colleges and universities.
This book provides an orientation to the world of Christian higher education and an introduction to the academic profession of teaching, scholarship, and service, with a special emphasis on opportunities and challenges common to "mission-driven" institutions.
Christian Higher Education: A Global Reconnaissance visits some of the hotspots of Christian university development, such as South Korea, Kenya, and Nigeria, and compares what is happening there to places in Canada, the United States, and Europe, where Christian higher education has a longer history.
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The future of Christian higher education. [David S Dockery; David P Gushee;] -- In this book, leading Christian educators pinpoint the issues that will enable Christian colleges to remain Christ-centered in their focus. As our culture becomes more secularized, Christians.
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Sound Christian Education takes the Bible seriously. Truth is seen as absolute. Christian Education believes a Christian worldview can make a positive difference.
It gives students a strong foundation in a world of shifting values and morals. Christian Education recognizes God's sovereignty and Christ's Kingship, and therefore God's claims over all of creation are. Christian education informs, invites, and inspires young people to live this way.
The Christian school offering Christian education seeks to teach this way of life every day through all that is done and taught. It does this in a setting of a unified community of love and. “This study explores what it means to be a Christian scholar and teacher in higher education.
Reflecting the wisdom born out of high quality scholarship and extensive educational experience, the book does two things particularly well. 87 books based on 40 votes: A History of American Higher Education by John R. Thelin, Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire, Academically Adrift: Lim.
Author: Richard Thomas Hughes Publisher: Wm. Eerdmans Publishing ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, Docs View: Get Books This timely look at the state of Christian higher education in America contains descriptive, historical narratives that explore how fourteen Christian colleges and universities are successfully integrating faith and learning on their campuses despite the.
When first published inthis book sparked a revival in England, and was the foundation for the birth of the Keswick movement.
When brought accross the ocean, it sparked a revival in North America as well. Among those it influenced was A. Simpson, who went on to start the Christian and Miss/5(1). * Committed to developing serious Christian thinking, experts from a wide variety of disciplines offer a renewed vision of a distinctly faith-filled higher education.
Explaining the foundational beliefs about God, knowledge, and humanity, this volume demonstrates how the Christian tradition shapes approaches to teaching, learning, scholarship, and practicefor the glory of God.
pages Brand: Crossway. References. Boxer, C. R. (). The Christian century in Japan: Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. (Original Work Published ).Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dwight, Benjamin W.
(Benjamin Woodbridge), Higher Christian education. New York, A.S. Barnes & Burr, ular education and Christian education is the adjectival descriptor Christian. "To be Christian, Christian education must: have God's esteem for the human being, sense the task to be a whole-life experience of growth and maturity, and give opportunity for service through experiential action.'".