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The Theological School, which has 25 students to begin with, in addition to religious studies will also promote scientific education and the cultivation of critical thinking, the Archbishop said.
The editors and contributing authors should be commended for advocating a return to virtue in various modes of doing ethics, whether philosophical, theological, interfaith, or crosscultural.
Samuel Hugh Moffett, 98, American Presbyterian missionary, scholar, theological educator, and author, February 9, 2015, in Princeton, New Jersey.
In this context there is a need for every theological school and theological teacher to engage in a series of genuine initiatives of introspection, restructuring, and re-imagination to make theological education more relevant and meaningful.
The Seminary was one of 16 seminaries nationwide awarded grants in Lilly Endowment's pilot program, the Theological School Initiative to Address Economic Challenges Facing Future Ministers.
But what do these general figures and trends imply for the development of theological education and ministerial formation in Asian churches, which provide the backbone for forming future Christian leaders, and for dialogue and mission in these societies?
In each meeting, a speaker presents a theological idea that informs the evening's discussions and the ministries of the churches represented.
The essay, which appeared in the June 2011 issue of the quarterly Theological Studies, published in Milwaukee under the auspices of the Jesuits, upholds the indissolubility of marriage.
Students of theological education should do so with Donald McKim's history of Pittsburgh Seminary.
Both books are introductory texts, but the theological project each book introduces is quite different.
The new committee will continue the work of establishing basic grids for theological education.
Before humans reached the level of intelligence necessary for theological inquiry, our ancestors were in what might be called the "pre-theological" stage.