Four theological methodologies are explored and implications drawn for the practice of Christian Education. These include the methodologies of evangelical theology, liberation theology, process theology, and narrative theology.
The author examines the adequacy of developmentalism as a paradigm for Christian education.
What are the sources of truth for Christian educators? The author believes that the truth base is crucial and critiques past articles published in the Christian Education Journal to illustrate the various authors' uses of different sources of truth. He then shows ways that the Journal could improve its credibility in the future.