THE NATURE OF CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION.
Education in Time.
A Coming to Terms.
THE PURPOSE OF CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION.
Education for the Kingdom of God.
For Christian Faith.
For Human Freedom.
THE CONTEXT OF CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION.
On Becoming Christian Together.
AN APPROACH TO CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION: SHARED PRAXIS.
In Search of a "Way of Knowing" for Christian ReligiousEducation.
Some Philosophical Roots for a Praxis Way of Knowing.
Shared Christian Praxis.
Shared Praxis in Praxis.
READINESS FOR CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION BY SHARED PRAXIS.
Shared Praxis from a Piagetian Perspective.
THE COPARTNERS IN CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION.
Our Students, Our Selves.
Postscript: Until Break of Day.
THOMAS H. GROOME is professor of theology and religious education at Boston College, where he is also the senior faculty at the Institute of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry.
"Anyone tugged by the calling at the heart of education orreligious
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--Robert Kegan, Harvard Graduate School of Education
"Christian Religious Education is one of the most important books-if not the most important-on Christian education published duringthe last fifty years." --Don Browning, University of Chicago,coauthor, From Culture Wars to Common Ground: Religion and theAmerican Family Debate
"Whether returning Christian Religious Education or reading it forthe first time, readers will discover freshness leaping from thepage; you will soon know why this formative book of the past is abeacon for the future-informative, inspiring, and wise!" --MaryElizabeth Moore, professor of theology and Christian education,Claremont School of Theology
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