In this study, Sylvia Collinson examines the biblical practice of discipleship, formulating a definition of the practice and comparing it with modern educational models. Her significant contribution to the theoretical appreciation and application of disciple-making enables churches to understand and apply the Great Commission in contemporary contexts.
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This study provides a superb biblical anchorage for a model of teaching and learning in a faith community which may help to balance the churches over-reliance on the schooling model.
—Brian Hill, Emeritus Professor of Education, Murdoch University, Western Australia
Sylvia Collinson’s work brings together a range of insights not commonly juxtaposed, providing a significant contribution to both the theoretical appreciation and application of disciple-making as a contemporary strategy for effective Christian formation.
—Allan Harkness, editor, Journal of Christian Education