Five ways people approach Christian education in churches
Australian Christian Forum on Education
Faculty of Computing, Health and Science
School of Psychology and Social Science
Over recent years, a range of approaches to Christian education (CE) has been suggested and discussed (e.g. Seymour 1997). Most of these approaches have been grounded in theory rather than empirical analysis. Analysis of the results of the National Survey on Christian Education (NSCE) conducted in Australia in 2000, however, has provided data which helps to rectify this concern.