Early Photographs of FATEB

Isaac Zokoué Paul and Arlene White FATEB campus first building FATEB campus Pope's visit 2015 FATEB..... read more

References

Articles, Books, Lectures, Minutes, Etc ACTEA Directory of Theological Schools in Africa, 1985, and ACTEA Directory Supplement, 1988 “Africa Evangelicals Offered Choice Property by President of the Central African Republic” AEAM Press Release March 20, 1974 Afroscope, 4, no..... read more

What Are We Learning? A Critical Question for Theological Institutions in a Time of Disruption

“You talk about coming out of the pandemic, but we are very much in the middle of it”: Those words, spoken by a friend in Latin America, stand as a stark reminder that the COVID-19 crisis has not only impacted the world but continues to do so Theological education in particular has not escaped..... read more

Financial Information for Decision-Making in Majority World Seminaries

Introduction During the COVID-19 pandemic, a seminary in Brazil decided to offer online courses, just like many other seminaries in the Majority World They made the decision quickly because of the need to continue to offer classes during lockdown Unusually, the school did not have a preexisting..... read more

Principles and Practices for Fundraising by Majority World Seminaries

Introduction The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every source of seminary income Many seminaries have seen tuition income decline precipitously (Even before the pandemic, tuition on average only met between a third and half of a school’s financial needs (Smith 2015)) Other sources of income..... read more

Constructing a Model of Theological Education for Contemporary China: Retrieving Insights from Jia Yuming

Abstract This article examines the model of theological education developed by Jia Yuming (1880–1964), who established a Bible school emphasizing spiritual formation Jia envisioned his school of spirituality as a place that holistically cultivated holy persons by integrating spiritual..... read more

Theological Education and Leadership Integrity: A Response to Leadership Challenges in Africa

Abstract Africa needs leaders with integrity to overcome the numerous challenges that its nations and churches face Unfortunately, many leaders both in politics and in the Church do not serve with integrity This article defines Christian leadership with integrity Next, it demonstrates the need..... read more

The Church’s Leader Training Challenge: More than One Way to Address the Need

Based on the “Diversity of Theo Ed Prog in MW Theo Sem” Survey – Overseas Council, 2019 Abstract This article explores the results of a recent survey of 130 theological seminaries in the Majority World that are related to Overseas Council The results point to a diversity of programs,..... read more

Book Review: Challenging Tradition

Challenging Tradition: Innovation in Advanced Theological Education, eds Perry Shaw and Havilah Dharamraj Carlisle, UK: Langham Global Library, 2018 Summary Challenging Tradition, this book’s title, indicates that this is not another traditional resource on theological education (TE)..... read more

Book Review: Asian Christian Theology

Asian Christian Theology: Evangelical Perspectives, eds Timotheo D Gener and Stephen T Pardue Carlisle, UK: Langham Global Library, 2019   Asian Christian Theology (ACT) seeks to “approach Christian theology that is biblically rooted, historically aware, contextually engaged, and broadly..... read more