Item description for The Teaching Ministry of the Church by James D. Smart...
In this valuable philosophy of Christian education for theologians, James Smart offers an excellent evaluation and redefinition of the goals of teaching ministry. Important topics addressed in this book include how to use the Bible in curriculum development and the relationship of the church to "secular" education.
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Studio: Presbyterian Publishing Corpor
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.7" Width: 5.66" Height: 0.55" Weight: 0.63 lbs.
Release Date Mar 22, 1971
Publisher Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN 0664249108 ISBN13 9780664249106
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More About James D. Smart
James D. Smart was a Presbyterian minister who wrote more than thirty books on Christian education and biblical studies. He was Professor of Biblical Interpretation at Union Theological Seminary in New York City from 1957 to 1971. Smart died in 1982 at the age of 74.
James D. Smart was born in 1906.
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From the Back Cover May 14, 2010
From the Review and Expositor: "The author of this straightforward discussion writes with the combined interests and insights of the pastor and the teacher. Beginning with a clear analysis of the importance of belief and the way we exercise Christian faith, he proceeds to a discussion of the Bible, God the Father, Jesus Christ, the atonement, the Holy Spirit, the Church, forgiveness, and life everlasting. This is not primarily a theological treatise, and yet it rings true to what most of us would consider a sane and fruitful view. And it is written in language that a thoughtful layman can readily grasp. For that reason it is a good book also for preachers to read. The central emphasis is vital and conducive to the strengthening of faith and the production of a more fruitful manner of life. The author does not argue in the manner of apologetics, but he states the truths with such frankness and obvious sincerity that they are more convincing than argument. He leads the reader to look at questions and doubts fearlessly, and to see what may well lie beyond the questions...Many questions are being asked today that point to our Christian faith. A book like this will help the pastor or the chaplain or the teacher to give quiet guidance and steadying support when such questions are raised."