On the Economics of Theological Education

Leaders rightly focus considerable energy upon the financial stability of their institutions According to a 2013 survey conducted by The Chronicle of Higher Education and Maguire Associates, fundraising and balancing budgets occupy the greatest amount of time in the daily schedules of University..... read more

Olive Oil, Theological Education, and Economics

Our town in Italy is famous for the flavor and quality of its olive oil A neighbor has 3,000 mature trees, well-spaced and perfectly pruned, located on a hillside with ample sun exposure He is experienced and competent, and his family has been producing oil for generations Yet he loses an average..... read more

Theological Education: A Delicate Enterprise

Introduction Economics are always a problem for theological schools in the Majority World due to various historical, cultural, and structural issues In addition, factors such as lack of resources, little financial support from churches, and enrollment of mostly poor students make the management..... read more

Third Stream Income: The Case of the Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology

The Challenge When the Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology (EGST) was established in 1997 as the first and only graduate theological institution in the Horn of Africa, the founders did not plan for it to have its own campus, faculty, and full-time staff The plan was for all teaching..... read more