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The Classic Guide for Educators of Any Denomination What mission calls us to teach? How do societal issues-socialoppression, poverty, politics-affect what we teach, how we teachit, and how people learn? Who are our students? What and when arethey ready to learn? Once we understand these foundations, how canwe facilitate an educational experience that has the power to shapea The Classic Guide for Educators of Any Denomination What mission calls us to teach? How do societal issues-socialoppression, poverty, politics-affect what we teach, how we teachit, and how people learn? Who are our students? What and when arethey ready to learn? Once we understand these foundations, how canwe facilitate an educational experience that has the power to shapeand transform people and communities in life-giving ways offaith? In this classic text, Thomas Groome asks and answers these centralquestions, providing a comprehensive integration of the history, theory, and practice of modern religious education for a newgeneration of educators. His self-reflective approach-sharedpraxis-will inspire school teachers, students of religiouseducation, pastors, parents, and religious educators in localchurches who want to understand themselves, their mission, andtheir surroundings-to inform, form, and transform their students'lives. "Anyone tugged by the calling at the heart of education orreligious life can only cheer for the republication of this classicbook."-Robert Kegan, Harvard Graduate School of Education "Whether returning Christian Religious Education or reading it forthe first time, readers will discover freshness leaping from thepage; you will soon know why this formative book of the past is abeacon for the future-informative, inspiring, and wise!"-MaryElizabeth Moore, professor of theology and Christian education, Claremont School of Theology


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The Classic Guide for Educators of Any Denomination What mission calls us to teach? How do societal issues-socialoppression, poverty, politics-affect what we teach, how we teachit, and how people learn? Who are our students? What and when arethey ready to learn? Once we understand these foundations, how canwe facilitate an educational experience that has the power to shapea The Classic Guide for Educators of Any Denomination What mission calls us to teach? How do societal issues-socialoppression, poverty, politics-affect what we teach, how we teachit, and how people learn? Who are our students? What and when arethey ready to learn? Once we understand these foundations, how canwe facilitate an educational experience that has the power to shapeand transform people and communities in life-giving ways offaith? In this classic text, Thomas Groome asks and answers these centralquestions, providing a comprehensive integration of the history, theory, and practice of modern religious education for a newgeneration of educators. His self-reflective approach-sharedpraxis-will inspire school teachers, students of religiouseducation, pastors, parents, and religious educators in localchurches who want to understand themselves, their mission, andtheir surroundings-to inform, form, and transform their students'lives. "Anyone tugged by the calling at the heart of education orreligious life can only cheer for the republication of this classicbook."-Robert Kegan, Harvard Graduate School of Education "Whether returning Christian Religious Education or reading it forthe first time, readers will discover freshness leaping from thepage; you will soon know why this formative book of the past is abeacon for the future-informative, inspiring, and wise!"-MaryElizabeth Moore, professor of theology and Christian education, Claremont School of Theology

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Katie Todd

    yikes! this is slow-going. and the guy is completely full of himself based upon the newest prologue: "Likely, there are few professionally trained religious educators in the English-speaking world who don't at least have it on their bookshelf. And it may have sold more copies in its Korean translation than in English. The significant number of schlarly works and doctoral dissertations that have drawn upon it - I have not kept count - reflects its influence on theoretical foundations of the field yikes! this is slow-going. and the guy is completely full of himself based upon the newest prologue: "Likely, there are few professionally trained religious educators in the English-speaking world who don't at least have it on their bookshelf. And it may have sold more copies in its Korean translation than in English. The significant number of schlarly works and doctoral dissertations that have drawn upon it - I have not kept count - reflects its influence on theoretical foundations of the field..."

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jaime

    This was a solid and in-depth ideological and practical examination of liberation theological education. I read this with a desire to learn more about the Christian religious education philosophy and ethic. This book points to the requirement to expand on the mission given to believers by Jesus - to preach, heal and free the world. I was inspired by this book to weave theses messages into my education ideology. This is enlightening and insightful.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Janetearth

    Christian Religious Education: Sharing GROOME'S Story and Vision. This is an inaccurate view of Catholicism, made in Groome's image and likeness. Read the Catechism instead - a thorough and well-crafted, authentic presentation of Catholicism.

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