Volume 4, June 2017

International Journal of Christianity and English Language Teaching, ISSN 2334-1866 (online)

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Front Matter: Table of Contents, About the IJC & ELT, and Information for Contributors (4 pp.)

Editorial: Journal Editing, In This Issue, and the Future of the IJC & ELT (pp. 1-5)
Michael Lessard-Clouston

Articles

Addressing Religious Issues and Power in ELT Classrooms: Voices from English Teachers in Indonesia (pp. 6-27)
Joseph Ernest Mambu

Challenges Faced by National and International Christian English Teachers in Honduras (pp. 28-46)
Esther Bettney

A Theological Critique of "Learner Autonomy" (pp. 47-65)
Pierce Taylor Hibbs

Reviews (pp. 66-80)

English Teaching and Evangelical Mission: The Case of Lighthouse School
Bill Johnston
Reviewed by Mary Shepard Wong

Professional Guidelines for Christian English Teachers: How to Be a Teacher with Convictions While Respecting Those of Your Students
Kitty Barnhouse Purgason
Reviewed Cheri Pierson

Religious Faith and Teacher Knowledge in English Language Teaching
Bradley Baurain
Reviewed by Thor Sawin

Scattering Seed in Teaching: Walking with Christ in the Field of Learning and Education
Brian Pickerd
Reviewed by Matthew Deal

What School Leaders Need to Know About English Learners
Jan Edwards Dormer
Reviewed by Emily Burden

Index (pp. 81-87)


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