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What is the Purpose of Institutions of Spiritual Education?

Jesuit schools of higher education base their pedagogy in a “theology of engagement” anchored to three core Christian convictions: that creation is good and worthy of study; that creation has a purpose, and those engaged in the intellectual life do so with a sense of meaning; and that Trinitarian faith requires an education that fosters relationships and community. A modern re-engagement with the 400-year-old Jesuit tradition has led to the formation of transformational leaders who are guided by their God-given passions. Two articles on the Faith & Leadership website explore dimensions of Jesuit education that can inform seminaries, schools of theology and church-based educational programs. Faith & Leadershiop is an online magazine published by Leadership Education at Duke Divinity. Access the articles: “Engaged Education” and “What is Jesuit Education?




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