The Spirituality Dimensions of Christian Religious Education Teacher

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Spirituality must be possessed by Christian religious education (CRE) teachers, considering that the teaching he does aims to pave the way for learners to spirituality through the formation of perfect character, morals, and social. Therefore, this article seeks to identify the spiritual values that a CRE teacher should have and how the spiritual values are internalized in his personal life. This article is a conceptual framework based on a theoretical review. To develop concepts relevant to the topic, the author reviews literature from books and scientific journals, research reports, scientific essays, thesis and dissertations, encyclopedias, and other print and electronic sources. Based on a review of various sources, including spirituality according to Christianity, the author explains the essential spiritual values that a CRE teacher must possess. The author groups them into two dimensions, namely the personal dimension and the relational dimension.

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