Book Reviews: Focus--History of Christian Education, Part 1

From: Volume 1, Issue 1: Fall 2003 Pages 189-215


Elias, John L. (2002). A history of Christian education: Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox perspectives. Malabar, Florida: Krieger. 285 pp.
Reviewed by Robert W. Pazmiño, Andover Newton Theological School

Prevost, Ronnie F. (2001). Evangelical Protestant gifts to religious education. Macon, GA: Smyth & Helwys. 2044pp.
Reviewed by S. Steve Kang, Wheaton College

Reed, James E. and Prevost, Ronnie F. (1993). A history of Christian education. Nashville, TN: Broadman &Holman. 386 pp.
Reviewed by Richard Leyda, Talbot School of Theology, Biola University

Burgess, Harold W. (1996/2001). Models of religious education: Theory and practice in historical and contemporary perspective. [Wheaton: Bridgepoint] Nappanee, IN: Evangel Publishing House. 272pp.
Reviewed by Keith Kettenring, Pastor, Calvary Baptist Church; Ph.D. Candidate, Talbot School of Theology.

Anthony,Michael, & Benson, Warren S. (2003). Exploring the history and philosophy of Christian education: Principles for the twentieth-first century. Grand Rapids, MI: Kregel.
Review by David P. Setran, Wheaton College

Estep, James ,Jr., Kim, Jonathan, Kuest, Alvin, & Maddix, Mark. (2003). C. E.: The heritage of Christian education. Joplin, MO.: College Press. 350pp.
Reviewed by Robert Lay, Taylor University



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