Ecumenical Seminaries: Whom to Serve? How to Survive? A Special Issue on Theological Education

Citation: 
Howell, Leon, ed. "Ecumenical Seminaries: Whom to Serve? How to Survive? A Special Issue on Theological Education," Christianity and Crisis 50, nos. 5/6 (April 9, 1990).
Abstract: 

Four students (Amhara Powell-Nosakhere, Chicago Theological Seminary; Sandra Beardsall, Toronto School of Theology; Travis C. Emery, Pacific School of Religion; Min Woong Kim, Union Theological Seminary) share perspectives on their schools. Gerald T. Sheppard analyzes the difficulties of ecumenical seminaries in incorporating economic and political contexts in their programs. Joseph C. Hough, Jr. Discusses the problems and potentials of ecumenical seminaries. F. Ross Kinsler describes the Latin American Biblical Seminary and its wide-ranging work for life in the midst of death and repression. Linda- Marie Delloff profiles Union Theological Seminary in New York. (RG)

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