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Evangelism in education : impossibility, travesty or necessity?

Astley, J. (2002) 'Evangelism in education : impossibility, travesty or necessity?', International journal of education and religion., 3 (2). pp. 179-194.


While welcoming a broad conception of mission that includes elements of implicit mission alongside the explicit mission of evangelization, the author regrets the general rush of educationalists and liberal Christians away from the idea of evangelism. He believes that educators in general, and church educators in particular, should be more open to both the concept and the practice.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Mission, Church schools, Religious education, Moral education, Spiritual education.
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Record Created:17 Oct 2008
Last Modified:14 Mar 2017 14:41

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