On Being Human(e)
Comenius’ Pedagogical Humanization as an Anthropological Problem
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"Jan Habl has done a wonderful service for educators everywhere by recalling Comenius's vision of what education is and what education should be. Two types of educators will especially benefit: those who find beauty and truth in creation and Scripture, and those who value virtue and piety as worthy educational goals. Reading this book can only encourage deep thought, productive discussion, and, in Comenius's own words, motivation 'to follow Him.' It is deserving of a wide audience. I enthusiastically recommend it."
--Duane H. Elmer, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Educational Studies, Emeritus; G. W. Aldeen Professor of International Studies, retired, Trinity International University/Divinity School
"Professor Habl has provided us a fascinating and wide-ranging exegesis of Comenius's anthropology and the many implications for education and human flourishing. I highly commend this book to all who are called to the task of education and wish to think well about the ends and means of this endeavor."
--Stan W. Wallace, President and CEO, Global Scholars