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advancement of theological education
H. Richard Niebuhr
|Statement||by H. Richard Niebuhr, Daniel Day Williams [and] James M. Gustafson.|
|LC Classifications||BV4030 .N5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||56012071|
See Namsoon Kang, “Envisioning Postcolonial Theological Education: Dilemmas and Possibilities,” in Handbook of Theological Education in World Christianity: Theological Perspectives – Regional Surveys – Ecumenical Trends, ed. Dietrich Werner et al. (Oxford: Regnum Books, ), 36– The conviction that theological education is vital for the advancement of church and school arises from the firm belief that what we believe about God shapes everything in life. By focusing on students, the reformers hoped that over time their teaching would spread throughout the world. The need today is no different.
1 For the reader, I should define what I mean by ‘liberal’: the litmus test for liberal theology, in my view, is the bodily resurrection of the theanthropic person. A ‘conservative’ embraces such, while a ‘liberal’ does not. To be sure, not all define the two groups this way, but I think it is helpful to make this distinction for it focuses on the great miracle of the NT as the. H. S. Wilson (born ) is Executive Director of Foundation for Theological Education in the Southeast Asia based in Philadelphia. Wilson is widely known in India for his contribution to theological education in India as Director ( through ) of Research and Church Relations at the Board of Theological Education of the Senate of Serampore College, Bangalore, the theological arm of the Born: , Karnataka, India.
Faculty Assessment and Theological Education 37 Mary C. Boys, S.N.J.M. Standards for Innovation: The Case for Theological Librarians 51 Stephen D. Crocco and Sara J. Myers Riding the Whirlwind: The Community of Scholars as a Response to the Changing Face of . formation, lay formation, and theological education by extension (Werner, , ). Within the American theological education community of the past thirty years, seven books 11 have debated the nuances of the meaning and nature of theological education. Institutions and educators must arrive at .
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