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Youth Work after Christendom

by Jo and Nigel Pimlott


Price: £9.99
Publisher:Paternoster Press imprint of Authentic Media
Published:July 2008
This is a very helpful consideration of youth work today and a much needed guide. Particularly useful is the exploration of HUP (homogeneous unit principle), which will be useful elsewhere. I love the end about paradox. I think that word opens so many doors and the observations so true and advice helpful. I wrote Grove Paradox in the Gospel and would love to write more about that subject as a means of not only coping about questions of faith, but in finding faith in the first place. So, a book which is most enlightening and full of illustrations about youth work, but with far more implications for other groups of people beyond that.

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