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Spiritual styles: creating an environment to nurture spiritual wholeness
Children need to sense that their way of being spiritual is honoured within learning environments that nurture the human spirit. This assertion rests on two assumptions: that children have differentExpand
“Come, Follow Me”: Apprenticeship in Jesus' Approach to Education
Abstract Over the years, there has been a great deal of scholarly work focusing of the life, teaching, and ministry of Jesus. In this article, the author contributes to this body of literature byExpand
Just Hospitality: God's Welcome in a World of Difference (review)
of oppression and evil can be challenged, overcome, and changed. The last major theme to be explored in the book is entitled ‘‘The Good and the Monstrous.’’ It looks at the struggle every humanExpand
The Power of Children: The Construction of Christian Families in the Greco-Roman World by Margaret Y. MacDonald (review)
nings of Christianity, then we can equally infer that he used such opportunities to garner as much Jesus tradition as he could’’ (61). He argues that the teaching of the Didache came down ‘‘to theExpand
An Exploration of Children and Culture in the United Church of Canada
This project explores the theological meaning-making of nineteen children in four culturallydistinct United Church of Canada congregations. Using participant observation, focus groups withExpand
Children’s Voices: Children’s Perspectives in Ethics, Theology and Religious Education (review)
This book deals with themes concerning religious education and the spirituality of children. Throughout the seventeen chapters, the book stimulates a scholarly discussion about children and theology.Expand