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Let the Children Come: Reimagining Childhood from a Christian Perspective

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In this important and much-needed book, theologian, author, and teacher Bonnie J. Miller-McLemore writes about the struggle to raise children with integrity and faithfulness as Christians in a complex postmodern society. Let the Children Come shows that the care of children is in itself a religious discipline and a communal practice that places demands on both congregation ...more
Paperback, 220 pages
Published August 20th 2003 by Jossey-Bass
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I wish this was required reading for every pastor. If it were *slightly* less academic I would use it for parenting groups. It would still be a great discussion book for parents who are ok with reading that is dry but rich. This book shakes out a paradigm shift for how we view children.
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Author, co-author, and editor of over sixteen books as well as over a hundred chapters and articles, Miller-McLemore has a particular interest in the person and lived theology in the midst of everyday struggles, such as illness, dying, working, and parenting. Her writing has been translated into several languages, including Korean, Portuguese, and Swedish.

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