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Christ often used children as an example for believers. He even told Nicodemus that unless one is “born again,” they cannot see the K... Read More
Christ often used children as an example for believers. He even told Nicodemus that unless one is “born again,” they cannot see the Kingdom of God (John 3:3). But what is it about children that makes them a model for the Christian life? Through psychological science, we have learned much about the way children perceive, think, and act from the moment they are born and throughout their childhood. If we apply this knowledge to the theology that Christ brought during His ministry, it becomes clear why the child is the model for faith. In this book, we will see through the child’s eyes and hopefully recapture the wonder we all felt when we first believed. We will walk through childhood together, learning not only about the psychology of children but also insights about our faith, our spiritual growth, the role of the Church, and other important topics.
About the Contributor(s)K. L. Schell is Professor of Psychology and Director of Assessment at Angelo State University and Affiliate Professor of Pharmaceutical...
K. L. Schell is Professor of Psychology and Director of Assessment at Angelo State University and Affiliate Professor of Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy at the University of Florida. Dr. Schell is broadly trained in psychological theory, specializing in organizational applications. He is active in his home church, First United Methodist, both teaching and mentoring the youth as well as channeling his inner rock star in the praise band.
Weight (lbs)0.65 lb
Case Weight (lbs)44.22 lb
Dimensions 9.0(h) x 6.0(w) x 0.25(d) inches
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