Leslie Hardinge Library Guides: EDFN 520 Philosophy of Adventist Education

Course Description
A comprehensive in-depth study of the underlying philosophy of Adventist education, emphasizing the complementary functions of the church and the school in the education-redemption process. In the context of the great controversy between good and evil, the course explores such topics as the nature of the student; the nurturance of faith, practical godliness, and personal piety.
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