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Theological education isn’t about the transmission of information for which a customer pays but the transformation of people. And transformation is often an uncomfortable process.
Tulane University architecture students design and build homes through an unusual professional training program that gives them the opportunity to lead a collaborative project that connects the ideas in the classroom to the needs of the community.
Two professors at McAfee School of Theology explore the gulf between what students learn in seminary and what they remember when they serve in congregations.
Our educational system and broader culture often teach us to be critics rather than performers. And yet performers are better equipped to lead institutions, because they have learned to practice, persevere and adapt.