Teaching That Transforms: Why Anabaptist-Mennonite Education Matters

Teaching That Transforms Why Anabaptist Mennonite Education Matters Why send your child to a Christian school Isn t any school good enough John D Roth says no in a readable fashion he frames key questions regarding the future of Christian education and makes the case

  • Title: Teaching That Transforms: Why Anabaptist-Mennonite Education Matters
  • Author: John D. Roth
  • ISBN: 9780836195521
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Paperback
  • Why send your child to a Christian school Isn t any school good enough John D Roth says no in a readable fashion, he frames key questions regarding the future of Christian education and makes the case for Christian schools, offering clear directions while inviting dialogue and alternative perspectives Along the way, Roth provides a theological foundation for educationWhy send your child to a Christian school Isn t any school good enough John D Roth says no in a readable fashion, he frames key questions regarding the future of Christian education and makes the case for Christian schools, offering clear directions while inviting dialogue and alternative perspectives Along the way, Roth provides a theological foundation for education from a distinctly Anabaptist Mennonite perspective, offering a useful framework for on going conversations about the appropriate nurture of children and young adults, pedagogical practices and goals, and future directions of Mennonite education from pre kindergarten to seminary 236 Pages.

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    About " John D. Roth "

  • John D. Roth

    Department chair, Professor of History, Goshen College, Goshen, IndianaDirector, Mennonite Historical LibraryEditor, Mennonite Quarterly ReviewEducation BA, Goshen College, 1981MA, University of Chicago, 1983PHD, University of Chicago, 1989

  • 490 Comments

  • The first couple of chapters was an interesting read on the history and development of private Anabaptist-Mennonite education. However, I found the rest of the book, though a good overview of issues facing private Mennonite schools, that it lacked insight or interest.


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