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Changes Needed in Theological Education

Over the past decade and a half, ATS has engaged a number of projects to address key issues in theological schools: “Globalization,” “Theological Schools and the Church,” “Faculty Vocation and Governance,” “Christian Hospitality and Pastoral Practices in a Multifaith Society,” and “Economic Equilibrium and Theological Schools.” The findings of these projects, when combined with analysis of data and learning from leadership education programming and the processes of accreditation, point to a need for a comprehensive review and re-assessment of theological education in ATS schools. Each project contributed new knowledge and helped to clarify the challenges and opportunities for theological schools in the 21st century. Each also pointed to larger issues within the “industry” of theological education that demanded more comprehensive and sustained attention. Read more here.




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