Theological Education (theological + education)

Distribution by Scientific Domains


Selected Abstracts


AN EDUCATED CLERGY: SCOTTISH THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN THE KIRK AND SECESSION, 1560-1850 , By Jack C. Whytock

RELIGIOUS STUDIES REVIEW, Issue 2 2008
Stan Mitchell
No abstract is available for this article. [source]


Piety and Profession: American Protestant Theological Education, 1870,1970 by Glenn T. Miller

HISTORY OF EDUCATION QUARTERLY, Issue 4 2009
BRADLEY J. LONGFIELD
First page of article [source]


Recovering Missional Ecclesiology in Theological Education

INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF MISSION, Issue 1 2009
Mark Laing
The first part of this paper seeks to demonstrate how predominant Christianity, under Christendom, divorced mission from ecclesiology, and marginalized missiology from the theological curriculum. This is not only a problem for the west, as this model was then exported and replicated worldwide through the agency of the Protestant missionary movement. In the second part the paper explores the factors which have led us to a more adequate ecclesiology. Since we have recovered the missionary dimension in ecclesiology the paper argues that this must also be reflected in our theological curriculum. [source]


Travelling through Memory Lane: Theological Education in the World Council of Churches1

INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF MISSION, Issue 1 2009
John S. Pobee
The paper highlights crucial stages in the development of the programme on Ecumenical Theological Education (ETE) in the World Council of Churches which in its earlier incarnations goes back to the Accra Conference of the International Missionary Council and the emergence of the Theological Education Fund (TEF). In referring to the Oslo world conference on theological education 1996 some key areas of the mandate of ETE and of its future perspectives are developed, including its relation to the WOCATI network and its strategic importance for the WCC. [source]