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Author(s): Grethlein, Christian | Streck, Danilo | Koschorke, Klaus | Connell, Martin
[German Version] I. General – II. Latin America, Asia and Africa I. General Catechumenate is a term, derived from Gk κατήχειν/ katḗchein as used by Paul (e.g. Gal 6:6), for the institution through which the church, with reference to baptism, forges the necessary link between Christian faith and learning. It is found, after precursors in the scholarly Latin of the 16th and 17th centuries, in the early 19th century as a term for Early Church instruction, but it then quickly became the designation for programs of catechesis and church reform (Henkys). 1. Early Church baptismal catechu…

Comisión Evangélica Latinoamericana de Educación Cristiana

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Author(s): Streck, Danilo
[German Version] (CELADEC; Evangelical Latin American Commission for Christian Education). The CELADEC was created in 1962 for the purpose of providing Protestant churches in Latin America with educational resources. One of its main publications is the Curso Nueva Vida en Cristo (“New Life in Christ Course”), the methodology of which is based on the realities of Latin American life. In the 1970s, CELADEC developed into the main center of popular education in Latin America. The institution underwent a major internal …

Freire, Paulo

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Author(s): Streck, Danilo
[German Version] (Sep 19, 1921, Recife – May 2, 1997, São Paulo) began his educational work in northeast Brazil with a literacy program for adults to promote the education of the people in the early 1960s. In contrast to a mechanistic view of reading and writing, Freire advocated a pedagogy that – through dialogue – gave priority to the understanding of the world over understanding the individual word and thus made men and women conscious of their role as creators of culture and as subjects of the…