Thomas Groome's Shared Christian Praxis

From: Volume VII, Issue 1: Autumn 1986 Pages 57-68

Abstract

This article compares and contrasts Thomas Groome's theological statements concerning the purpose of Christian education with an evangelical position. A discussion and critique is also made of Groome's praxis way of knowing and his dialectical hermeneutic. Implications are made for evangelical Christian education and suggestions are given for the use of shared Christian praxis in evangelicalism.

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