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Why Theology?: A Catholic Reflection on Twenty Years of Literature on Theological Education

William Cahoy provides a succinct overview of the literature generated by Lilly-sponsored conversations about the nature of theological education.

William Cahoy provides a succinct overview of the literature generated by Lilly-sponsored conversations about the nature of theological education. Then recognizing that the majority of this dialogue has assumed a Protestant setting, Cahoy asks what Catholics can learn from this reflection, and in turn, from the Catholic experience teach their Protestant colleagues about this unique form of education/formation. Cahoy is the dean of the Saint John's School of Theology.

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