Item description for A Teacher of the Church: Theology, Formation, and Practice for the Ministry of Teaching by Russ Moulds, Charles Blanco & Richard Carter...
Overview This book will deepen your regard for the church's task of didache, the act of teaching Christians. The chapters explore what the writers believe are several key biblical texts and themes for teaching, select doctrines of the church that inform teaching as a ministry, and features of teaching in the Lutheran tradition and its current practice. We authors address these matters with deep commitment to our shared Lutheran tradition, yet also with profound respect for what the Holy Spirit has done across the centuries in other orthodox traditions of the Great Church. Welcome to our conversation, a conversation the church has shared--though not without dispute--for centuries (from Chapter 1).
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Studio: Wipf & Stock Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.69" Height: 0.42" Weight: 0.43 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2007
Publisher Wipf & Stock Publishers
ISBN 1556350899 ISBN13 9781556350894
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For Christian teachers, an Outstanding Review and a Challenge for Best Practices Jun 4, 2008
The writing of this book is timely. As a Lutheran educator of 23 years myself, it was refreshing to review the biblical call, the various viewpoints of lines of authority, and especially the encouragement that the writers offer to the church worker. Every Christian teacher should read it. Perhaps congregations that sponsor schools should read it as well. It sheds light on many areas that could produce much-needed dialogue in education ministries.