Evangelical Christian Education in the Early 20th Century: Marginalization and New Beginnings

@article{Lawson2003EvangelicalCE,
  title={Evangelical Christian Education in the Early 20th Century: Marginalization and New Beginnings},
  author={Kevin E. Lawson},
  journal={Christian Education Journal: Research on Educational Ministry},
  year={2003},
  volume={1},
  pages={11 - 7}
}
  • Kevin E. Lawson
  • Published 1 November 2003
  • Education, History
  • Christian Education Journal: Research on Educational Ministry
The first of three brief articles addressing the development of evangelical Christian education in the 20th century. The early part of the century was a time of loss of influence and marginalization within the broader religious education movement, but the time period concluded with the beginnings of new cooperative efforts among evangelicals. The article provides a context for the essays on evangelical Christian education leaders that follow. 
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