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About the same time that Godin posted his ‘manifesto’, there is this interesting article in Christianity Today March 2012, The Missing Factor in Higher Education about whether ‘secular universities’ impart moral values. Glanzer is that only evangelical Christian colleges do.
While that is debatable as evangelical colleges become more and more like ‘secular’ colleges, Glanzer underscores his argument by stating: Research shows that Christian, particularly evangelical, institutions demonstrate a marked moral difference in five areas: (1) faculty attitudes; (2) Bible, theology, and ethics in the curriculum; (3) measured or reported impact on character or moral attitudes; (4) students’ moral reasoning; and (5) alumni views about moral education. If both authors are correct, then the implication to me is that theological education should be more than just the the pedagogy.
- 2 Thessalonians 1:4 TODAY IN THE WORD On November 9, 2007, Christianity Today interviewed Carl Moeller, president of Open Doors USA, part of the organization founded in 1955 by Brother Andrew.
The Thessalonian church was formed in such circumstances.However long his ministry, Paul planted a church there and felt a deep love for the Thessalonian believers.TODAY ALONG THE WAY Paul's threefold commendation in 1 Thessalonians 1:3 is one any sincere believer would be pleased to receive.Yes, I agree with Godin that the schooling paradigm as the main mode of pedagogy should be abandoned.But that is not the the whole answer to improving theological education.