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The Sacramentality of Critique and its Challenge to Christian Educators

by Michael Warren

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As a process of self-reflection motivated by an interest in emancipation, critique or critical thinking suggests a habit of approaching reality from more than one angle, of asking questions that often do not get asked. Three key terms of critical thinking are described and applied to a strategy for empowering youth to address social problems from a Gospel perspective.
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