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Johann Hinrich Wichern Und Die Anf Nge Der Diakonie Als Thema Des Evangelischen Religionsunterrichts Der Sek I

Author : Stephan Winkler
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Bachelorarbeit aus dem Jahr 2008 im Fachbereich Theologie - Religion als Schulfach, Note: 2,0, Westfalische Wilhelms-Universitat Munster, Sprache: Deutsch, Anmerkungen: Die Arbeit wurde ubereinstimmend von Erst- und Zweitkorrektor mit 'gut' bewertet., Abstract: In der vorliegenden Bachelorarbeit wird das Thema Johann Hinrich Wichern und die Anfange der Diakonie" fur den ev. Religionsunterricht nutzbar gemacht werden. Dieses kirchengeschichtliche Thema wurde gewahlt, da den Schulerinnen und Schulern mit dessen Hilfe ein Vorbild im sozialen Handeln prasentiert werden kann. Des Weiteren kann dieses Thema christliche Wurzeln sozialen Handelns aufzeigen und zur Nachstenliebe motivieren. Die Nutzbarkeit soll durch eine Dreiteilung erreicht werden. Im ersten Teil wird das Thema und dessen Bestandteile ausfuhrlich aufgearbeitet. Es werden die Begriffe Diakonie" und Innere Mission" geklart und in den biblischen Hintergrund eingebettet. Im Anschluss wird die Person Johann Hinrich Wichern dargestellt. Dabei wird auf die Zeitgeschichte, das Leben und das Wirken der Person eingegangen. Dadurch entsteht ein moglichst komplettes Bild. Anschliessend werden kurz die Personen Theodor Fliedner und Friedrich von Bodelschwingh vorgestellt, um die vielfaltigen Wirkungsweisen der diakonischen Arbeit zuverdeutlichen. Zum Ende der Sachanalyse wird noch auf die weitere Geschichte der Diakonie eingegangen und das Diakonische Werk Munster kurz skizziert, um einen Ortsbezug zu schaffen. Der zweite Schritt besteht in der didaktische Analyse. In diesem Teil der Arbeit geht es darum, das Thema mit der Schule in Verbindung zu bringen. Da es sich um ein kirchengeschichtliches Thema handelt, konnte es der Fall sein, dass die Schulerinnen und Schulern zu Beginn nicht richtig motiviert sind. Dies gilt es durch einen interessanten Unterricht, in dem auf die Lebenswirklichkeit der Jugendlichen eingegangen wird, zu andern. Im letzten Schritt der Arbeit wird das Thema Johann Hinrich Wichern und die An"

Teaching And Learning A Second Language

Author : Ernesto Macaro
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There is increasingly wide agreement among teachers, researchers, inspectors, advisers and policy-makers that both teaching and research will benefit from being brought closer together. But how can this be achieved? Hard-pressed practioners cannot be expected to review a constant flow of conference papers, journals and other publications, even if such items were accessibly written. This unique book synthesizes relevant research findings for the professional practioner and highlights their implications for the quality of teaching and learning. Whether you are a teacher looking to improve your practice or a researcher looking for a concise overview of the literature, this book will prove a valuable acquisition.

De Mortibus Persecutorum

Author : Lactantius
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Teaching Reading Skills In A Foreign Language

Author : Christine Nuttall
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Author : Uwe Timm
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A daring and brilliant military tactician, Morenga was fluent in several languages and by all reports a man of compassion, intelligence, and integrity, as he led his people towards freedom.

Mission Continues

Author : Claudia Wahrisch-Oblau
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In May 2009, thirty-five theologians from Asia, Africa, and Europe met in Wuppertal, Germany, for a consultation on mission theology organized by the United Evangelical Mission: Communion of Thirty-five Churches in Three Continents. The aim was to participate in the 100th anniversary of the Edinburgh conference through a study process and reflect on the challenges for mission in the twenty-first century. We decided not to invite renowned experts, but to have an open invitation through a call for papers, so that practicing mission experts not yet well known would have an opportunity to share their expertise. We decided not to predetermine a theme or motto for the consultation but to allow various themes on mission to emerge from the papers themselves and thus to allow wide-ranging discussions. Indeed the papers were varied; each drew strong reactions, lively and even controversial debates. We were able to discover common concerns transcending very different contexts. The collection of papers in this book has been taken from the papers delivered at the Wuppertal consultation. In some cases, short responses by one or two of the consultation participants were added to highlight the discussions that followed. The very varied voices collected in this anthology nevertheless have much in common: Even where they are most theoretical it is obvious that all contributors come from missionary practice and bring in their contextual experiences.

Holy Trinity

Author : T. A. Noble
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Teaching on the sanctification of Christians using the difficult word perfection has been part of Christian spirituality through the centuries. The Fathers spoke of it and Augustine particularly contributed his penetrating analysis of human motivation in terms of love. Medieval theologians such as Bernard and Thomas Aquinas developed the tradition and wrote of levels or ""degrees"" of ""perfection"" in love. However, the doctrine has not fared so well among Protestants. John Wesley was the one major Protestant leader who tried to blend this ancient tradition of Christian ""perfection"" with the Reformation proclamation of justification by grace through faith. This book seeks to develop Wesley's synthesis of patristic and Reformation theology in order to consider how Christian ""perfection"" can be expressed in a more nuanced way in today's culture. Noble examines what basis may be found for Wesley's understanding of sanctification in the central doctrines of the church, particularly the atonement, the doctrine of Christ, and the most comprehensive of all Christian doctrines, the doctrine of the Holy Trinity. What he sets out is a fully trinitarian theology of holiness. ""Holy Trinity: Holy People is a wise and winsome trinitarian account of Christian perfection. Noble conceives of holiness not in individualist terms of isolation from the world, but as a communion of love, [as] participation in God's trinitarian love, which is essentially redemptive in character rather than judgmental. Anyone interested in what a trinitarian account of holiness could be need look no further than Noble's profound and compelling work."" --Elmer M. Colyer, Professor of Systematic Theology and Professor of Wesley Studies, University of Dubuque Theological Seminary ""Carefully contextualizing the vital doctrine of Christian perfection in terms of Scripture and church tradition, both Eastern and Western, Noble offers the reader a remarkably balanced assessment of John Wesley's articulation of entire sanctification that is sophisticated, informed by a number of theological streams, and wonderfully trinitarian. Due to its many fresh insights, this engaging book will, no doubt, foster a lively conversation and considerable reflection among all who love holiness."" --Kenneth J. Collins, Professor of Wesley Studies and Historical Theology, Asbury Theological Seminary ""This book is a landmark in treatments of Wesley's doctrine of Christian perfection. Be assured: this is no parochial performance. Noble's work does not just revisit the Wesleys of old; he integrates his critical assessment of their insights into a penetrating vision of the Triune God. Marked by a singular beauty of expression and structure, this work will become a benchmark in the field of Wesleyan and Methodist theology."" --William J. Abraham, Professor of Wesley Studies, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University T. A. Noble is Professor of Theology at Nazarene Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri, and also Senior Research Fellow in Theology at Nazarene Theological College, Manchester, UK. He was recently president of the Wesleyan Theological Society.

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