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Community, Identity, & Youth Ministry

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The idea of community is central to much writing and thinking about youth ministry. In this article, Hudson explores the notion of community from an intensely theological perspective, drawing especially on patristic notions as well as philosophical theology.

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2002-01-27
2017-09-23

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