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Volume XV, Issue 3

Spring 1995

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  1. Theology and Christian Education in the 20th Century

    By Dr. D Campbell Wyckoff — Pages 12-26

    A seasoned leader in the field surveys the history of interaction between Christian Education and theology with the wisdom and grace he has gained.

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  2. The Theological Commonplaces of Christian Education

    By Gabriel Fackre — Pages 27-36

    A leading advocate of narrative theology, the author explores the theological foundations in Christian Education that can be recovered in the loci, or commonplaces of Christian belief.

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  3. Why Are We Doing This? The Relation of Theological Methodology to Christian Education Practice

    By Dr. John R Yeatts — Pages 37-53

    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.

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  4. Renewing The Self

    By Dr. Robert R Drovdahl and Dr. Les L. Steele — Pages 54-63

    The authors explore controlling notions of the self in U.S. culture, and compare Bellah's and Capps' notions as they urge a reconsideration of John Wesley's theological insights.

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  5. Teaching Reverence: A Theological and Educational Necessity

    By Robin Smith — Pages 64-70

    A new voice in the field argues for the necessity of teaching for reverence that embraces the place of vulnerability, creativity, grace, and dialogue in Christian Education.

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  6. An Integrated Approach to Teaching Theological Foundations of Christian Education

    By Dr. Kevin E Lawson — Pages 71-81

    An interview with three faculty members of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School who taught "Theological Foundations of Christian Education" in an experimental, integrated fashion. Perry G. Downs, Howard O.J. Brown, and Bruce A. Ware share their evaluation of this integrative model.

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  7. A Cross-Paradigmatic Approach to Evaluation and Research in the Church

    By Dr. Gerald R Fisher — Pages 82-86

    In this response to Bill Mowry's article "A Reflective Approach to Research: Applying the Research Paradigm of Post-Positivism to the Evangelical Church," the writer suggests that Christian educational research should use a cross-paradigmatic approach. The knowledge gained by using such an approach is richer and fuller than if just one paradigmatic approach is used. Four research paradigms are suggested.

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  8. The Social Context of the Renewal Problem in Theological Education: Probing Beyond the Symptoms of Failure

    By Dr. David W Wright — Pages 87-98

    This historic struggle between competing versions of reality in American society underlies the renewal problem in seminaries, says the author. When the religious version of reality lost its struggle with the secular version of reality in the public square, the seminary also lost its place. Until we understand this social reality, and recognize its implications for the age of relativism upon us, renewal will be shortsighted and trivial.

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  9. A Rejoinder to "The Social Context of the Renewal Problem in Theological Education: Probing Beyond An Epistemology of Despair"

    By Dr. Robert W Ferris — Pages 99-104

    Renewal is needed in theological education, suggests the writer, but not for the reasons David Wright posits. Wright's diagnosis is faulty in five critical areas. In addition, he provides diagnosis but no prescription, says this writer.

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  10. A Response to Robert W Ferris's Rejoinder

    By Dr. David W Wright — Pages 105-107

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  11. Response to Wright Response

    By Dr. Robert W Ferris — Pages 108-110

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  12. Research Notes

    By — Pages 111-121

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  13. Book Reviews

    By — Pages 122-129

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