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Functional Images of the Religious Educator by Timothy Arthur Lines

Functional Images of the Religious Educator

Description : FUNCITIONAL IMAGES OF THE RELIGIOUS EDUCATOR is one of those rare and precious books which helps religious educators explore and clarify their own special identity as religious educators. This special identity is revealed in ten basic functional roles which are central to religious education enactment. The author shows that while religious educators perform most and possibly all these ten basic functional roles, nonetheless one predominates. This dominant role, plus the way the religious educator harmoniously integrates the other roles into the dominant one, is the key to each religious educator's own special identity.

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Authors : Timothy Arthur Lines

Published Date : 1992

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ISBN : 089135087X

Page : 540 Pages

Categories : Religion

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