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: Here is a serious and passionate plea for theology and education to stand in relationship. Mary Elizabeth Moore argues for an organic approach to religious, moral, and theological education. Taking up five reigning educational methods (case study, Gestalt, phenomenological, narrative, conscientizing), she gauges their strengths, weaknesses, and theological promise, and she offers practical reformulations of each method."No religious educator or theologian is more capable than Mary Elizabeth Moore to establish this depth of dialogue between religious education and process theology . . . . Truly foundational." â Thomas H. Groome"Deeply conversant with both process theology and educational method, Moore proceeds to illumine each from the perspective of the other, to the transformation and enrichment of both. Her brilliant use of metaphor . . . . makes for a most delightful adventure in reading." â Marjorie SuchockiMary Elizabeth Mullino Moore is Professor of Theology and Christian Education at the School of Theology at Claremont, California, Professor of Religion at Claremont Graduate School, and author of Education for Continuity and Change.