Engaging Contextual Realities in Theological Education: Systems and Strategies

Fernández, Enrique
October 2014
Evangelical Review of Theology;Oct2014, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p339
Academic Journal
The article proposes strategies and systems that can help theological institutions interact with the church and the world in relevant ways through effective socio-cultural engagement. Strategies discussed include creating learning systems conducive to intentional engagement with the world, and creating transformational learning that aims to dismantle traditional ways of thinking. Also discussed is the importance of bridging the gap between theory and practice in theological education.


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