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theology,

n humanity's attempt to explain the nature and ways of god in a temporal framework.
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Over the years, funding has remained a major challenge of theological institutions as we are not funded by the government.
To understand theological education in Africa, we must first understand the contextual forces that, when taken together, are challenging the very nature of theological education.
The situation that one finds in colonial New England--where the pastorate represents the apex of the theological vocation--can be found in the broader history of the church.
In his address, the Director of the Theological School, deacon Kyprianos Kountouris, said it was imperative to establish the school which aimed to maintain university-level standards.
While many theological traditions speak of personal holiness, Holeman moves the discussion to the realm of relational holiness and borrows John Wesley's description of holiness as the enactment of God's love within the church and to the world, in the here-and-now.
The vocation of theological educators is more than a job or a career.
The Asian forum on theological education (AFTE) brings together all major associations and networks of theological schools and missionary training in Asia for a common platform of dialogue.
The theological sources, who asked not to be identified lest they come under pressure from the Vatican, say the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith pressured policy changes at Theological Studies.
It's noteworthy that humans aren't the first animals to reach the theological stage.
Point #2: There is a direct link between the temporality of theological proclamation and the identity of the believer.
Theological bioethics is not confined to theory-making.
A broadening conversation; classical readings in theological librarianship.