The dean of Vanderbilt Divinity School rejects the notion that the church is dying and sees the job of the divinity school as preparing students financially, spiritually and professionally to lead in a church that is changing.
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Whitney Bauman, (left) Karline McLain and Lillian Larsen discuss issues related to course design and teaching at Wabash College during a pre-tenure faculty workshop. Photos courtesy of the Wabash Center
The Wabash Center strengthens theological education by providing a place for teachers of theology and religion to share ideas, reflect on practices and keep pace with a fast-changing environment -- and to relax and have fun.
Mainline seminaries form future leaders as if theology were the only thing that matters. But they should take a cue from business schools, where behavioral economics is on the rise. We need to recover a more human theology, says the Rev. Ken Evers-Hood.
The executive director of The Association of Theological Schools has three points for new seminary graduates about ministry in a time that has no name, for a future that is not yet here.
A Christian leader reflects on what it took to create a satellite seminary campus in Charlotte, N.C.: planning, strategy – and prayer.
New trends in theological education break down conventional boundaries between the academy and congregational life, says an expert in pastoral theology.
A renowned theologian who also is an ordained priest argues that divinity schools should integrate practical and systematic theology to benefit both disciplines and better prepare students for ministry.
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.