Christian Education in Japan

From: Volume V, Issue 1: Fall 1984 Pages 31-37


Christian education has grown up in Japan in the context of a culture based on non-Christian religions. In this context society perceives the child, youth, and adult (man), moral values and a world view from a non-biblical point of view. Various assumptions from this non-Christian point of view have consequently, unknowingly become the basis of the education program of the church. The time has come to reflect on and reconstruct these foundations on soundly tested and biblical guidelines. The author has probed these foundations through 32 years of experience in leadership in the churches, producing materials and training leaders.



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