Evangelical Dictionary of Christian Education (Baker Reference Library)

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The Evangelical Dictionary of Christian Education helps professors, students, and local church educators understand the terms, concepts, and issues they encounter in this ever-changing field.

More than 850 articles integrate biblical and theological ideas with contributions from education, psychology, anthropology, sociology, and philosophy. The articles explore the history, philosophy, and theology of Christian education and provide insight into educational methodology, learning theory, and practice.

The general editor, Michael Anthony, and the associate editors, Warren Benson (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School); Daryl Eldridge (Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary); and Julie Gorman (Fuller Theological Seminary) bring their many years of experience to bear on this volume. The contributors (including Perry G. Downs, Robert W. Pazmiño, Catherine Stonehouse, Ted W. Ward, and many others) are leading Christian educators from a variety of evangelical perspectives.

This unique and comprehensive reference tool has something for everyone who is serious about Christian education. It provides invaluable assistance to practitioners as well as to students and professors.

Sample articles from the Evangelical Dictionary of Christian Education
Attention Deficit Disorder
Biblically-Based Counseling
Child Evangelism Fellowship
Cognitive Development
Faith Development
History of the Sunday School
Inductive Learning
Inter-Varsity Christian
Learning Styles
Lifelong Learning
Missions Education
Montessori, Maria
Moral Education
Outdoor Ministries
Preschool Education
Role of Play in Childhood Education
Roman Catholic Education
Short-Term Missions
Small Church Ministry
Spiritual Direction/Director
Spiritual Maturity
Strategic Planning
Television and Teaching
Theological Education by Extension (TEE)
True Love Waits Program

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