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Mobile Ed: ED205 Discipleship in History and Practice

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Lexham Press 2016

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Overview

Explore the meaning and purpose of discipleship and study principles of discipling. Gain practical insight into leading discipleship ministries and equip yourself and others to make disciples. Dr. Cardoza guides you through the history of Jewish and Christian education from the Old Testament to the modern day and casts vision for discipleship and the development of discipleship programs.

Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion you should be able to:

  • Understand the principles of discipleship
  • Apply the four keys for effective discipleship (systematic, scalable, sequential, and sustainable programming)
  • Analyze the history of disciple making

Course Outline

Unit 1: An Introduction to Discipleship

  • What a Disciple Is
  • Key Principles of Biblical Discipleship
  • Defining and Describing Discipleship
  • A Biblical Overview of Discipleship
  • Informing Discipleship through Religious and Christian Education

Unit 2: A History of Disciple Making

  • Religious Education in the OT
    • Religious Education in the Pentateuch
    • Religious Education in the Historical Books
    • Religious Education in the Poetic Books
    • Religious Education in the Prophets
  • Religious Education in the Intertestamental Period
    • Challenges and Changes in Jewish Religious Education
    • The Rise of the Jewish School
    • Jewish Sects’ Effect on Jewish Religious Education
    • Religious Education and Development of the Oral Tradition
    • Hellenistic Influence on Jewish Religious Education
  • Christian Education in the NT
    • Christian Education in the Gospels
    • Christian Education in NT History
    • Christian Education in the Epistles
    • Christian Education in NT Prophecy
  • Christian Education in the Patristic Age
    • Education in Local Churches with Jewish Converts to Christianity
    • Discipleship Using the Didache
    • Discipleship through Catechesis
    • Discipleship through Catechetical Schools
    • Early Church Challenges in Discipleship Philosophy
  • Christian Education in the Middle Ages
    • Discipleship at the Dawn of the Dark Ages
    • How Rome’s Fall Affected Christian Education
    • Discipleship during Feudalism
    • Discipleship through Asceticism and Monasticism
    • Discipleship during the Crusades and Scholasticism
  • Christian Education in the Renaissance
    • Discipleship in the Age of Individualism and Renaissance Humanism
    • Christian Education Champions during the Renaissance
  • Christian Education in the Reformation
    • Discipleship and Martin Luther
    • Discipleship and Ulrich Zwingli
    • Discipleship and Philipp Melanchthon
    • Discipleship of John Calvin and John Knox
    • Key Educational Contributions of the Reformation
  • Christian Education in the Enlightenment
    • How Discipleship Was Affected by the Enlightenment
    • Modern Philosophy, Scientism, and Discipleship
    • Educators during the Enlightenment
  • Christian Education in Colonial and Contemporary America
    • How the New World Received the Gospel
    • Education and Discipleship in the American Colonies
    • Christian Higher Education in the Colonies
    • Discipleship through the Sunday School Movement
    • Discipleship through the Youth Movements of the 20th Century

Unit 3: General Principles for Discipleship

  • Boundaries and Parameters for Disciple Making
    • Desired Outcomes for Genuine Discipleship
    • Common Dangers in Discipleship
    • Understanding Spiritual Metamorphosis
    • The Difference between Christian Education and Indoctrination
    • Protecting Discipleship from Indoctrination
    • The Triumvirate of Biblical Discipleship
    • The Bible and Curriculum in Discipleship
  • Defining Transformational Discipleship
    • Understanding Transformation of the Soul through Sanctification
    • Cognitive Learning in Discipleship
    • Affective Learning in Discipleship
    • Behavioral Learning in Discipleship
    • The Keys to Transformational Discipleship
  • Doing Personal Discipleship
    • Biblical Characteristics of Disciplers
    • Key Practices of Effective Disciplers
    • Identifying Who to Personally Disciple
    • Entering into a Discipling Relationship
    • Casting a Vision to a Person You Would Like to Disciple
    • Basic Principles to Guide Personal Discipleship Meetings
    • Sample Discipleship Session Schedule
    • Suggested Initial Discipleship Content
  • Principles of Discipleship Programming
    • The Profession of Christian Education
    • Academic Preparation for Discipleship Ministry Leadership
    • Old Testament Principles for Church Discipleship
    • Intertestamental Principles for Church Discipleship
    • New Testament Principles for Church Discipleship

Unit 4: Leading Discipleship Programming

  • Practice of Programming
    • Understanding the Life Transformation Continuum
    • Stages of Spiritual Development
    • Building and Evangelistic Apparatus
    • Examples of Building an Evangelistic Apparatus
    • Building a Discipleship Platform
    • Examples of Building a Discipleship Platform
    • Suggestions for Evangelistic Programming
    • Suggestions for Discipleship Programming
    • Programming for Spiritual Growth
    • Leadership for Discipleship Programming
    • Shepherding Others as Program Leaders
  • Praxis of Programming
    • Understanding Church Discipleship Expectations
    • Cautions about Using Discipleship Programming
    • Four Keys for Effective Discipleship: Systematic Programming
    • Four Keys for Effective Discipleship: Scalable Programming
    • Four Keys for Effective Discipleship: Sequential Programming
    • Four Keys for Effective Discipleship: Sustainable Programming

Product Details

  • Title: ED205 Discipleship in History and Practice
  • Instructor: Frederick Cardoza
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • Product Type: Logos Mobile Education
  • Resource Type: Courseware, including transcripts, audio, and video resources
  • Courses: 1
  • Video Hours: 10

About Freddy Cardoza

Dr. Freddy Cardoza is currently director of distributed learning and instructional technology at Biola University and department chair of Christian education at Talbot School of Theology in Los Angeles. He has served in Christian higher education and local church ministry for 20 years, and his work specializes in leadership, higher education administration, discipleship, digital learning, and media.

Dr. Cardoza is the executive director of the Society of Professors in Christian Education (SPCE), which is an academic society of evangelical professors representing some 200 seminaries, universities, and liberal arts colleges, who teach in the areas of spiritual formation, Christian ministries and Christian education.

He received a PhD in leadership from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and has completed the required coursework for the EdD (ABD). He earned an MA from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and holds a BS in church ministries from Liberty University.

Dr. Cardoza is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS), the Association of Youth Ministry Educators (AYME), and the Religious Conference Management Association (RCMA). He serves as adjunct faculty at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, regularly develops print and digital training resources, and is a small group leader at Saddleback Church.

Getting the most out of Mobile Ed

Logos Mobile Education is a highly effective cross-platform learning environment that integrates world class teaching with the powerful study tools and theological libraries available in Logos Bible Software. Every course provides links to additional resources and suggested readings that supplement the lecture material at the end of every transcript segment.

This course comes with an Activities resource that functions as a type of “workbook” for the course. This resource includes learning activities such as: places for you to respond to reflection questions, exercises that will challenge and show you how deepen your understanding of this course by using specific Logos tools and resources, tutorial videos on different features of Logos Bible Software, and links to relevant Logos guides and tools. A link to open the Activities resource is conveniently placed at the end of every segment.