Date of Award
Master of Arts in Theological Studies (MATS)
Interest in this research began during the summer of 1974 with the author's involvement in a doctrine class for teenagers. The class was part of the program of the Jennings Lodge Summer Assembly Camp of the Evangelical Church of North America. Each general class had already been established, but no curriculum had been chosen. Thus it was necessary to improvise until improvement could be made. Therefore, this project began as an attempt to provide doctrinal material for teaching teens foundations of faith in the summer camp setting. It includes research into the needs of youth, as well as methods through which they can be reached. It contains ten separate but related lessons of doctrinal material. It is designed to support traditional evangelistic pulpit ministry of holiness camp meetings. The problem simply stated is that of research into the needs of teens in order to develop a doctrinal study on their level which would be both supportive and effective in the holiness camp meeting setting.
Johnson, David C., "The Importance of Doctrinal Teaching in Holiness Camp Meetings" (1976). Western Evangelical Seminary Theses. 413.