Growth and Development of Persons in and for the Kingdom of God

Kent L. Johnson

Article Type: Article

Publication Date: 4/1/1982

Issue: The Kingdom of God (Vol. 2, No 2, Spring, 1982)

Among the influences upon the practice of education, few have been more significant than the recognition that a child is not a miniature adult. As that view moved from absurdity to acceptance it changed just about everything having to do with education. Obviously, if the child is one who becomes an adult, or at least may become an adult, there must be some process by which this occurs. As the words suggest, the intent of research in human growth and development is to discover and describe that process.

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