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Thinking Theologically About Body Image Student

Poteet, Michael S

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ISBN 10: 0687339715 / ISBN 13: 9780687339716
Published by Abingdon Press, 2005
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Title: Thinking Theologically About Body Image ...

Publisher: Abingdon Press

Publication Date: 2005

Book Condition:Very Good

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The Thinking Theologically About... series helps senior highs to think theologically about personal choices and serious (and sometimes controversial) issues such as money, the human body, popular culture, and economic disparity. The series empowers students to develop skills in thinking critically rather than just working from opinion. Each volume includes six sessions with options for customizing, plus worship ideas (for use in the final session). The leader guide gives detailed plans and background material.

About the Author:

Mike Poteet is a freelance writer and Teaching Elder (ordained minister) in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). He regularly contributes to Christian education resources for youth and adults, and has authored several literature study guides. In his free time, Mike blogs about intersections of faith and pop culture for The Sci-Fi Christian ( He is an active Sunday school teacher in a congregation near Philadelphia, PA. Follow him on Twitter (@WriterMPoteet). 

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