أهمّيّة اللاهوت السياقيّ بالنسبة للكنيسة

أبراهام وَيغي نغَأنغأَ معهد أكروفي كريستالر للاهوت والإرساليّة والثقافة (أغروپُنع،..... read more

Amplifying Voices in the Conversation

Several years ago, while attending a theology conference that included renowned scholars, emerging faculty, and doctoral students, I was struck by who was not present: non-Western Christian leaders Too often, whether in the halls of conference centers or in the pages of journals, a vast majority..... read more

Theological Education in Africa Using Indigenous Languages

Abstract My research finds that theological education in English in East Africa creates several problems: 1) It keeps indigenous believers from communicating their faith directly in their heart-language 2) It does not account for variations between regional dialects of English 3) English may be..... read more

The Art of Consultancy: A Guide for Theological Programs and their Consultants

Author’s Note: In the development of this material, I benefited significantly from insights shared by Paul Sanders, Pat Harrison, Dick Hart, Stuart Brooking, Paul Clark, and Michael Ortiz The material here, aimed primarily at schools, is developed in greater depth in the ICETE Academy course,..... read more

Roundtable: Reflections from Women in Theological Leadership

Introduction: Annelle Gumihid-Sabanal Recently, significant positive shifts have happened in society in the perception of women and in opportunities given to women While the evangelical community is catching up with this trend, changes have not been as extensive within as outside Although women..... read more

Book Review: Beyond Profession

Aleshire, Daniel O Beyond Profession: The Next Future of Theological Education Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2021 Summary Beyond Profession is a reflection regarding the future of theological education in North America by Daniel O Aleshire, former executive..... read more

Preface: Reasons for Writing an Early History of FATEB

There remain only a few people living who were present in January, 1973 at the Second General Assembly of AEAM in Limuru, Kenya, when a decision was made to found two university-level theological schools in Africa, one for the francophones and one for the anglophones I was able to attend that..... read more

Chapter 1: Events Leading to FATEB’s Founding, 1966-1973

The Faculté de Théologie Évangélique de Bangui (FATEB), often known among English speakers as the Bangui Evangelical School of Theology (BEST), first opened its doors to French-speaking students in October 1977 (Minutes 1977) It was located in Bangui, the capital city of the Central African..... read more

Chapter 2: Limuru 1973 to Bangui 1976

The General Assembly of AEAM, held in Limuru, Kenya, February 1-8, 1973, brought together 162 delegates from 27 African countries plus observers from India, USA, Great Britain, and Germany By this time, nine national evangelical fellowships in Africa had been formed, of which eight were..... read more

Chapter 3: FATEB in Bangui, 1976 to 1982

With the designation of Dr Paul White as Dean of FATEB and a Board of Governors that had begun to function, the local Action Committee was no longer needed The management of the seminary project shifted away from three years of guidance by committees to the personal leadership of Dr White as Dean,..... read more