Item description for Regarding Children: A New Respect for Childhood and Families (Family Living In Pastoral Perspe) by Herbert Anderson & Susan B. Johnson...
Overview As it examines issues pertinent to the successful rearing of children, this important book empowers parents and others who care for and nurture children to learn how to recognize the needs of the individual child--his or her full humanity--especially critical in our culture where there is a pervasive attitude of contempt for the vulnerable and the needy.
In this important and timely book, Herbert Anderson and Susan Johnson examine issues pertinent to the successful rearing of children. Written to empower parents and others who care for and nurture our children, this book will also greatly enhance the ministry of the church on behalf of and for the sake of families with children and for our society at large.
The Family Living in Pastoral Perspective series examines crucial times in family life in light of the family as a social unit. Each book addresses major changes that ordinarily occur in the life cycle of a family. Each volume takes into account family system theory and social and economic factors that affect the family.
Citations And Professional Reviews Regarding Children: A New Respect for Childhood and Families (Family Living In Pastoral Perspe) by Herbert Anderson & Susan B. Johnson has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Booklist - 12/15/1994 page 723
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Studio: Westminster John Knox Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.06" Width: 5.06" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.38 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 1994
Publisher Westminster John Knox Press
Series Family Living In Pastoral Perspe
ISBN 0664251250 ISBN13 9780664251253
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More About Herbert Anderson & Susan B. Johnson
HERBERT ANDERSON is visiting professor of pastoral theology at Seattle University. He lectures and consults widely on themes and issues in pastoral care. He is the author of numerous books including All Our Losses, All Our Griefs. EDWARD FOLEY is professor of liturgy and music at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. He is an ordained Roman Catholic priest and the author of numerous books and articles on worship and the arts.
Herbert Anderson was born in 1936 and has an academic affiliation as follows - Seattle School of Theology and Ministry, Seattle, Washington.
Herbert Anderson has published or released items in the following series...
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Buy the Whole Series Jun 4, 2003
I own Anderson's entire Family Living in Pastoral Perspective series (Leaving Home, Becoming Married, Regarding Children, Promising Again, and Living Alone), and I refer to them frequently.
Each book focuses on a different transitional event and the family tasks that event brings into focus. Anderson and his co-authors deal sensitively with the pastoral issues involved.
Regarding Children begins with an examination of society's indifference toward childhood and the proposal of a new theology of childhood. The authors then examine the changes children evoke in families, the ways families can effectively care for children, and the problems families can have. Finally, they examine the roles that society and churches can play in helping or hindering the care of children.
All of the books are well-written and easy to read--no convoluted prose to parse here. The works have added texture from the many personal examples shared by the authors (both their own and examples others have shared with them).
Every book in the series deserves an honored place on any religious professional's shelf. Except, you may find them so valuable they rarely make it back to your shelf.