Theological Student Attitudes towards Affect the Spiritual Formatıon by Learning by Doing

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GP Harianto, Tonny Andrian, David Ming


This research uses explanatory-confirmatory to explain the causal relationship with the observation approach as a comparison. The results showed: (1) the dominant character values ​​that influence the student's lifestyle are: self-fomation (85.42%, good), social formation (82.17%, good), and spiritual formation (71.83%, good). Thus, the student's lifestyle is dominated by self-discipline, while the values ​​of spiritual discipline are less important. (2) The design of self-order character formation can affect the spiritual development of students by "learning by doing

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