Making Theology Matter, Part Three: Learning-in-practice and practical-prophetic leadership in ministry
“leaders emerged organically from the ground up, not from the top down. They were not appointed, nor did they fit any stereotypical model of what a ‘leader’ looks like or how leaders talk. They [...]
Emory University’s Candler School of Theology's “long commitment to contextual education certainly exhibits a certain pedagogical conviction: namely, that people learn theology faster, and [...]
"I didn’t always know how to make sense of the Jewish traditions and stories that I memorized in classrooms. Now, I find that they resonate most when I least expect it — like in the back of the [...]
Those responsible for training and equipping the next generation of faith leaders want them to not only be smart, but also change the world.
“As a woman of faith, and president of Auburn Seminary, one of the oldest religious institutions in America, I feel called to be present with those who suffer and to bring the moral power of my [...]