Wiley Handbooks in Education: The Wiley Handbook of Christianity and Education

Editor: Jeynes, William
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: Wiley

ISBN: 978-1-11-909834-8
Category: Religion & Theology - Christianity
Image Count: 16
Book Status: Pending
Predicted Release Month: June 2021
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The Wiley Handbook of Christianity and Education provides a resource for students and scholars interested in the most important issues, trends, and developments in the relationship between Christianity and education. It offers a historical understanding of these two intertwined subjects with a view to creating a context for the myriad issues that characterize -- and challenge-- the relationship between Christianity and education today.

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Table of Contents

    • Notes on Contributors
    • Acknowledgments
    • Introduction
    • Major Issues in Christian Education
    • Preface
    • The Movement Away from God in American Education
    • The Two Biological Parent Family, Christianity, and Economic Prosperity
    • The Christian Pastoral-Artisanal vs. Academic Industrial Models of Education in America
    • Engaging Questions of Purpose: The Resurgence of Vocational Exploration and Its Integrative Potential for Higher Education
    • Why Religion and Religious Freedom is Good for Society, Offenders, and Prisons
    • The Integration of Faith Tradition and Teaching in Christian Higher Education
    • A Christian Mentoring Program for Character Education of African American Teens and Young Adults from Detroit
    • Character Education Traced Throughout American History
    • Publicly Funded Charter Schools with Religious Ties
    • Christianity and Education Around the Globe
    • Preface
    • Faith-based Schooling in a Pluralistic Democracy
    • The Teaching of the Holocaust in American Evangelical Christian Schools
    • Learned Piety in a Place of Freedom: A Brief History of Liberal Education in Europe, 1200–2000
    • Religious Liberty and Educational Pluralism: Abraham Kuyper's Principled Advocacy of School Choice
    • Christianity and Education: A Brazilian Perspective
    • Latinx Parental Expectations in the Home: Educación and the Assets of Religiosity, Family, and Community
    • Church-based and Community-centered Higher Educationw: Case Study of an Alternative Strategy for Delivering Faith-based General Education to the Poor Around the World
    • “Small Things with Great Love”: Apostle Peter's Wisdom for Christian Educators Around the World
    • Humanity at a Crossroads in Determining the Relationship Between Christianity and Education
    • Preface
    • The Supreme Court, 1st Amendment Religion Clauses, and Education: An Overview
    • Using the Christian Paradigm of Living and Learning to Rethink the Extravert Ideal
    • The Dog that Didn't Bark: Enrollment, Student Demographic, and Capacity Trends in Christian Schools after the Introduction of Private School Choice
    • School Choice, Worldview, and Secularism's Blindness
    • Education in a Catholic Key
    • Minority Male Attainment: Cultivating Spiritual, Social, and Emotional Development
    • Defining our Terms: Why the Vision for the Pluralistic University Depends upon a Clear and Rigorous Understanding of Pluralism
    • Christianity and Higher Education: Empirical Studies on the Perceptions of Intellectual Diversity at Elite Universities in the United States
    • Religion, Adolescent Wellbeing, and Educational Outcomes