Confirmation Book for Adults Paperback
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Confirmation Book for Adults
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The content covers the traditional ground of such courses, beginning from the questions adult confirmation candidates bring to faith development. It is organised around 10 sessions, though these can be used flexibly, and contain different ways to reflect on the material, including discussion and activities.
Confirmation Book for Adults by Sharon Swain was published by SPCK in January 2008 and is our 5563rd best seller. The ISBN for Confirmation Book for Adults is 9780281059553.
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Confirmation Book for AdultsIan Gibson, via The Good Book Stall
Not just a handbook to use for adult confirmation classes, but also a very useful book to give to adults who may be considering taking confirmation and not knowing enough about it, and perhaps are afraid to ask. Detailed chapters deal with what we understand by the call to baptism and confirmation and goes into detail about belief, the creedal statements we know are part of that belief, and what commitment as a Christian means for the future life. Needless to say every chapter that introduces a topic is backed up by biblical resource and discussion notes, so this book can be used very successfully as the basis for a confirmation course as well as the use of an individual. The language is easily understood and the arguments are sound, with plenty of chance to dig deeper if wanted to. The author has herself been in many church situations and realise the need for a book that can be understood by all.
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Details for Confirmation Book for Adults
|Author / Artist||Sharon Swain|
|Publisher||SPCK (January 2008)|
|Number of Pages||128|
|Page last updated||2nd June 2017|