Lately, I have been contemplating the act of remembering. Not just as this regards to memory, but as it applies to metaphorically putting the members or attributes of our physical, mental and spiritual holistic self into the act of teaching and learning; re-assembling the “members” of being human into a coherent and flourishing wholeness. In many ways, this aligns well with the essence of John Shortt’s small but powerful text. It needs to be read more than once. It returns the mind and heart to the entire landscape of teaching.
"Book Review: Bible Shaped Teaching,"
International Christian Community of Teacher Educators Journal: Vol. 10
, Article 8.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/icctej/vol10/iss2/8