Sumbangsih Pendidikan Israel Kuno Dalam Pendidikan Agama Kristen Pada Anak

  • Youke L. Singal Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Moriah, Tangerang
  • Yusak Tanasyah Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Moriah, Tangerang
  • Maya Malau Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Moriah, Tangerang
  • Susanti Embong Bulan Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Widya Agape, Indonesia
Keywords: pendidikan israel kuno, pendidikan kristen, pendidikan anak

Abstract

This study explores the contribution of education in ancient Israel and its application to Christian education for children today. The study begins by examining the education system in ancient Israel, including the role of parents, religious leaders, and formal institutions in imparting knowledge and moral teachings. Taking lessons from the ancient Israelites, the study then explores how these principles can be applied to Christian education today. It examines the role of parents, teachers, and the church community in fostering a nurturing and holistic educational environment. It also investigates the use of Scripture, prayer, worship, and ministry to engage children in their faith journey. The purpose of this study emphasizes the value of integrating educational wisdom and practices in ancient Israel into modern Christian education. By adopting a holistic approach that combines Scripture, experiential learning, community engagement, and character building, Christian educators can provide a solid foundation for children to develop lifelong faith, moral values, and a living relationship with God. This study used a literature review research method that investigated books and journals related to ancient Israeli education.

Studi ini mengeksplorasi kontribusi pendidikan di Israel kuno dan penerapannya pada pendidikan Kristen untuk anak-anak saat ini. Studi dimulai dengan mengkaji sistem pendidikan di Israel kuno, termasuk peran orang tua, pemimpin agama, dan lembaga formal dalam menyampaikan pengetahuan dan ajaran moral. Mengambil pelajaran dari bangsa Israel kuno, penelitian ini kemudian mengeksplorasi bagaimana prinsip-prinsip ini dapat diterapkan pada pendidikan Kristen saat ini. Ini mengkaji peran orang tua, guru, dan komunitas gereja dalam membina lingkungan pendidikan yang mengasuh dan holistik. Itu juga menyelidiki penggunaan Kitab Suci, doa, ibadah, dan pelayanan sebagai sarana untuk melibatkan anak-anak dalam perjalanan iman mereka. Tujuan dari penelitian ini menekankan nilai integrasi kebijaksanaan dan praktik pendidikan di Israel kuno ke dalam pendidikan Kristen modern. Dengan mengadopsi pendekatan holistik yang menggabungkan Kitab Suci, pengalaman belajar, keterlibatan masyarakat, dan pembentukan karakter, pendidik Kristen dapat memberikan landasan yang kokoh bagi anak-anak untuk mengembangkan iman seumur hidup, nilai-nilai moral, dan hubungan yang hidup dengan Tuhan. Penelitian ini menggunakan metode penelitian kajian pustaka yang menyelidiki buku-buku dan jurnal yang berkaitan dengan pendidikan Israel kuno.

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2023-05-27
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