The Pedagogy of Paul
Pedagogy of Paul, Biblical Studies
In addition to being a remarkable theologian, there can be no doubt that Paul was a skilled teacher. In this article we highlight connections between Paul's pedagogy and educational principles that are currently propounded. Religious educators today can follow Paul's pedagogy as they teach by example, know their audiences, redirect conversations when necessary, speak students’ language, seek for common ground, and reach out to those who struggle. Although Paul lived and taught nearly 2,000 years ago he provides patterns of pedagogy that modern educators can apply.
Original Publication Citation
Frank Judd and John Hilton III. “The Pedagogy of Paul.” Journal of Research on Christian Education, 23 (1): 95-107. (2014).
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Judd, Frank F. jr. and Hilton, John III, "The Pedagogy of Paul" (2014). Faculty Publications. 3348.
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