Powerless pedagogues

an interpretive essay on the history of the Lutheran teacher in the Missouri Synod
  • 141 Pages
  • 1.98 MB
  • English
Lutheran Education Association , River Forest, Ill
Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod., Lutheran Church in Missouri -- Education., Theology -- Study and teaching -- Lutheran Ch
Statement[by] Stephen A. Schmidt.
Series29th LEA yearbook
LC ClassificationsLC573 .L78 vol. 29, LC574 .L78 vol. 29
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 141 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5332915M
LC Control Number72186108

Powerless Pedagogues: An Interpretive Essay on the History of the Lutheran Teacher in the Missouri Synod Paperback – January 1, by Stephen A. Schmidt (Author)Author: Stephen A.

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POWERLESS PEDAGOGUES: AN INTER­ PRETIVE ESSAY ON THE HISTORY OF THE LUTHERAN TEACHER IN THE MISSOURI SYNOD. By Stephen A. Schmidt. River Forest, Ill.: Lutheran Education Association, Paper. pages. $ For its 29th yearbook, the Lutheran Edu­ cation Association commissioned Schmidt, a.

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Powerless pedagogues: An interpretive essay on the history of the Lutheran teacher in the Missouri Synod. River Forest, IL: Lutheran Education Association. The Lutheran teacher will serve with devoted loyalty, obedience, and commitment in the parish of the future.

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