Mentoring: Biblical, Theological, and Practical Perspectives

Mentoring: Biblical, Theological, and Practical Perspectives

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Positive mentoring relationships are held to be essential to the formation of strong Christian leaders—but why? How can theological and biblical insights inform mentoring relationships? And what do these vital relationships look like across a range of Christian experience? 

Opening multiple angles of vision on the practice of mentoring, Dean K. Thompson and D. Cameron Murchison here present a group of eminent scholars who explore mentoring from biblical-theological perspectives, within the context of diverse national and international communities, and across generations.


David L. Bartlett 
Walter Brueggemann 
Katie Geneva Cannon 
Thomas W. Currie 
Cristian De La Rosa 
Jill Duffield 
Elizabeth Hinson Hasty 
Luke Timothy Johnson 
Kwok Pui Lan 
Thomas G. Long 
Melva Lowry
Martin E. Marty 
Rebekah Miles 
D. Cameron Murchison 
Camille Cook Murray 
Rodger Nishioka 
Douglas Ottati 
Alton B. Pollard III 
Cynthia L. Rigby 
Dean K. Thompson 
Theodore J. Wardlaw

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781467450362
Publisher: Eerdmans, William B. Publishing Company
Publication date: 05/01/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 256
File size: 424 KB

About the Author

Dean K. Thompson is president and professor of ministry emeritus at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.

D. Cameron Murchison is professor of ministry emeritus at Columbia Theological Seminary, where he also served as dean of faculty and executive vice president.
Martin E. Marty is the Fairfax M. Cone Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus at the University of Chicago, where he taught for thirty-five years. Among his many books are Righteous Empire — for which he won the National Book Award — and the three-volum

Table of Contents

Foreword Jill Duffield ix

Introductioin Dean K. Thompson D. Cameron Murchison 1

Part I Biblical Perspectives

1 Mentoring in the Old Testament Walter Brueggemann 7

2 Mentoring in the New Testament David L. Bartlett 23

Part 2 Theological Perspectives

3 Theological - Pastoral Perspectives on Mentoring Thomas W. Currie 39

4 Preacher as Mentor Thomas G. Long 55

5 Ethical Perspectives on Mentoring Rebekah Miles 69

6 Expanding the Perimeters of Feminist Mentoring Cynthia L. Rigby 85

Part 3 Diverse National and International Communities of Mentoring

7 Mentoring Magnificent Men - African American Perspectives Alton B. Pollard III 101

8 Womanist Mentoring - African American Perspectives Katie G. Cannon 118

9 Mentoring in the Roman Catholic Tradition Luke Timothy Johnson 136

10 Mentoring New Generations of Latin@ Leaders Cristian De La Rosa 148

11 Mentoring Perspectives from East Asia Kwok Pui-lan 164

Part 4 Generational Mentoring

12 Building Intentional, Demanding, Mutual Relationships for the Mentoring of Youth Rodger Nishioka Melva Lowry 181

13 Mentoring toward a Humane Disposition, Attitude, and Imagination Douglas Ottati Elizabeth Hinson - Hasty 195

14 Cross - Generational Mentoring Theodore J. Warplaw Camille Cook Murray 211

Afterword Martin E. Marty 223

Contributors 238

Index 243

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