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Perspectives from the World's Religious Traditions. Sprache: Englisch.
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Titel: Nurturing Child and Adolescent Spirituality

ISBN: 074254463X
EAN: 9780742544635
Perspectives from the World's Religious Traditions.
Sprache: Englisch.
Rowman & Littlefield

28. November 2005 - kartoniert - 516 Seiten

Beschreibung

Provides a forum for religious scholars to examine the state of religious knowledge and theological reflection on spiritual development in childhood and adolescence. Featuring essays, this book introduces voices, challenges assumptions, raises questions, and broadens the base of knowledge and investment in this domain of life.

Inhaltsverzeichnis


Chapter 1 Traditional Wisdom: Creating Space for Religious Reflection on Child and Adolescent Spirituality
Chapter 2 Awakening Latent Spirituality: Nurturing Children in the Hindu Tradition
Chapter 3 The Child as Compassionate Bodhisattva and as Human Sufferer/Spiritual Seeker: Intertwined Buddhist Images
Chapter 4 Learning to Be Righteous: A Jewish Theology of Childhood
Chapter 5 The Dignity and Complexity of Children: Constructing Christian Theologies of Childhood
Chapter 6 Filling the Heart with the Love of God: Islamic Perspectives on Spirituality in Childhood and Adolescence
Chapter 7 Saintly Children: Roman Catholicism and the Nurture of Children
Chapter 8 After a Child's First Dance with God: Accompanying Children on a Protestant Spiritual Journey
Chapter 9 In Right Relationship with God: Childhood Conversion in Evangelical Christian Traditions
Chapter 10 From Naming to Initiation: Childhood and Adolescence in African Christian Spirituality
Chapter 11 The Child on Loan: The Pathway from Infancy through Adolescence in Islamic Studies
Chapter 12 Entering the World Entering Torah: Moving from the Natural to the Sacred in the Jewish Life Cycle
Chapter 13 Educating the Warrior: A Tibetan Buddhist Approach to Spiritual Growth
Chapter 14 Young MindsYouthful Buddhas: Developmental Rituals and Practices in Tibetan Buddhism
Chapter 15 Narrative and Imagination: The Role of Texts and Storytelling in Nurturing Spirituality in Judaism
Chapter 16 Sanctifying Time: A Jewish Perspective on Prayer, Holy Days,mand Blessings in the Life of Children
Chapter 17 Schooling the Heart: Introducing Catholic Youth to the Meaning and Practice of Prayer
Chapter 18 Sacred Celebrations: The Role of Festivals in Nurturing Hindu Children's Spirituality
Chapter 19 Reformed Spirits: Christian Practices in Presbyterian Preschools in South Korea and the United States
Chapter 20 A Way of Mind and Life: The Relationship of Adolescent Catholic Spirituality to Life Structure
Chapter 21 Singing Hope and Practicing Justice: Adolescent Emancipatory Hope Embodied in the Life of Ruby Doris Smith
Chapter 22 Repairing the World: The Place of Mitzvoth in Children's Spiritual Lives
Chapter 23 Young People's Spirituality as a Force for Social Change: A Baha'i Perspective
Chapter 24 Children and the Five Pillars of Islam: Practicing Spirituality in Daily Life
Chapter 25 Value-Creating Education: A Nichiren Buddhist Perspective
Chapter 26 At Home with Faith and Family: A Protestant Christian Perspective
Chapter 27 Sunday School for Buddhists? Nurturing Spirituality in Children
Chapter 28 Personal Responsibility with Communal Support: The Spiritual Education of Muslim Children
Chapter 29 Understanding Dharma, Performing Karma: Shared Responsibilities for Spiritual Grooming in Hindu Traditions
Chapter 30 Transforming Bar/Bat Mitzvah: The Role of Family and Community
Chapter 31 Teaching Correct Principles: Promoting Spiritual Strength in LDS Young People
Chapter 32 Scarce Discourse: Exploring GenderSexuality and Spirituality in Buddhism
Chapter 33 Identity Jihads: The Multiple Strivings of American Muslim Youth
Chapter 34 Countering a Malforming Culture: Christian Theological Formation of Adolescents in North America
Chapter 35 Resistance and Resilience: Cultivating Christian Spiritual Practices among Brazilian Children and Youth
Chapter 36 Spiritual Economies of Childhood: Christian Perspectives on Global Market Forces and Young People's Spirituality
Chapter 37 Born with a Knife in Their Hearts: Children and Political Conflict in the Middle East

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Karen Marie Yust, Th.D., is associate professor of Christian education at Union Theological Seminary and Presbyterian School of Christian Education. Aostre N. Johnson, Ed.D., is associate professor of education at Saint Michael's College, where she teaches curriculum and pedagogy courses and directs the master's program in curriculum. Sandy Eisenberg Sasso, D.D., is the rabbi of Congregation Beth-El Zedeck. Eugene C. Roehlkepartain is senior advisor and director of Family and Congregation Initiatives for Search Institute, Minneapolis. He serves as co-director for the institute's initiative on spiritual development in childhood and adolescence.

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...successful as it is interesting and thought provoking and should instigate discussion and thus re-examination of religious spirituality and its relationship with children. International Journal Of Children's Spirituality, December 2007 The editors deserve commendation for providing a volume of great interest and use to serious students and scholars of religious studiesssss CHOICE The editors deserve commendation for providing a volume of great interest and use to serious students and scholars of religious studies CHOICE
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