Conversion routes (Itinéraires de conversion)
This book on conversion is unique. The approach proposed in this book renews our understanding of the conversion experience and its dynamics.
The author, who has scrutinized for many years the itineraries of young converts to the Christian faith, questions the models of conversion which serve as a reference during the pastoral accompaniment of new converts. It offers a support strategy tested by practice that can certainly be useful to you.
Wesley Peach (Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary and Ph.D., University of Montreal) is the Academic Dean of the École biblique de Parole de Vie Béthel in Sherbrooke. He and his wife Priscilla have been accompanying new evangelical believers in Quebec for over 30 years.
Table of contents
First part - Observation
chapter 1: The observation process
chapter 2: Women tell each other: chapter 3: Men tell each other: chapter 4: A first panoramic look
Part two - Problematic
chapter 1: The theory of revitalization
chapter 2: Critical review of the theory of revitalization
chapter 3: Research hypothesis
Third part - Interpretation
chapter 1: Wallacian interpretation
chapter 2: Theological interpretation
Fourth part - Intervention and prospective
chapter 1: Towards a better pastoral accompaniment
chapter 2: The accompaniment of today and tomorrow
Appendix: Interview plan
ISBN : 978-2-89082-248-1
Weight : 444 g
Release : March 2015