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by Paul Parvis,Kathleen Marshall

Download Honouring Children: The Human Rights of the Child in Christian Perspective eBook
ISBN:
0715208101
Author:
Paul Parvis,Kathleen Marshall
Category:
Politics & Government
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hymns Ancient & Modern Ltd (March 31, 2004)
Pages:
432 pages
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Honouring Children book.

Honouring Children book.

by Paul Parvis and Kathleen Marshall.

book by Kathleen Marshall. by Paul Parvis and Kathleen Marshall.

Written to complement Honouring Children: The Human Rights of the Child in Christian Perspective, this guide can also be used as an independent resource. It contains stimulating and practical exercises, scenarios and information for four group sessions. ISBN13:9780715208144.

Marshall, Kathleen; Parvis, Paul (2004). Honouring children: the human rights of the child in Christian perspective. Edinburgh: Saint Andrew Press. a b "MARSHALL, Kathleen Anne". Oxford University Press. Retrieved 5 June 2015.

Honouring Children: Rights in Christian and Family Life: A Study Guide: ISBN . by Kathleen Marshall, Paul Parvis.

Honouring Children: Rights in Christian and Family Life: A Study Guide: ISBN 9780715208144 (978-0-7152-0814-4) Softcover, St Andrew Press, 2004. ISBN 9780715208106 (978-0-7152-0810-6) Softcover, Hymns Ancient & Modern Ltd, 2004.

The first was Honouring Children: The Human Rights of the Child in Christian Perspective, by child lawyer Kathleen Marshall and New College theologian Paul Parvis. That book was accompanied by a study guide for churches, subtitled Rights in Christian and Family Life.

Honouring children: The human rights of the child in Christian perspective. Situational analysis of children’s perceptions of post-tsunami child-protection issues. The Spirit of the Child. A child in a wealthy community may grow well physically, remain healthy, attend a good school with supportive teachers and become smart but he may be "stunted" socially if there is a lack of social/family support by his/her relatives. Another child may do well at school and functional well socially at home and eventually in the workplace but may be starved of any spiritual values or experience, growing up spiritually stunted.

Marshall, Kathleen, and Paul Parvis. Miller-McLemore, Bonnie . .Let the Children Come: Reimagining Childhood from a Christian Perspective. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2003. Edinburgh: Saint Andrew, 2004. Marty, Martin . he Mystery of the Child.

Marshall, . & Parvis, P. (2004). The purpose of advocacy with and for children. In G. Miles & . J. Carlisle: Paternoster Press. Morris, R. W. (2001). Reference for Section Introduction: Struck by Lightning. Ennew, . & Boyden, J. (Ed.

‘A must-read for all persons who are seriously involved in advocacy for children in their own country or across country boundaries.’Children, their care, education and welfare, might seem to be central to the concerns and culture of the Christian churches. But when conversation turns to the rights of children, why should it be that Christian groups often raise objections? Taking the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child as their starting point, the authors go on to study human rights in general, theological concerns talking in terms of rights and to explore how children's rights and human destiny are linked. Resulting from collaboration between a lawyer, specialising in the rights of children, and a Christian theologian, this significant and timely book aims to inform policy development and enrich human relationships by helping people look critically at how Christian theology, and Christians, view the rights of children.