Exegetisch, systematisch, didaktisch
Theologie für Lehrerinnen und Lehrer
Whether we are talking about the Creation, the Prophets, the Book of Job in the Old Testament; the parables, the miracles or the letters of the Apostle Paul in the New Testament - the elementary texts of the Bible are presented in this, the second volume of the series 'Theology for Teachers' in a clear and up-to-date manner. The three-stepped approach - exegetics, systematics, didactics - is adapted to the needs of teachers who require a succinct but rich treatment of the respective Bible texts, including practical suggestions for applying them in everyday classroom situations.
The authors are well-known and recognized representatives of modern Biblical studies and the pedagogics of religion. First, they treat the 'classical' texts used in schools, such as the story of King David and the Sermon on the Mount, inviting the reader to discover new themes. Students will be amazed: There is even a book in the Bible containing some pretty cool sayings.
Prof. Rainer Lachmann ist Professor für Religionspädagogik und -didaktik in Bamberg.
Dr. Dr. h.c. Gottfried Adam ist Professor für Religionspädagogik an der Evang.-Theol. Fakultät der Universität Wien.