Teaching the World

Teaching the World

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Teaching the World: Foundations for Online Theological Education brings together educators from a wide range of backgrounds and from some of the largest providers of online theological education in the world. Together, they present a revolutionary new approach to online theological education, highly practical and yet thoroughly shaped by Scripture and theology.

Teaching the World

Teaching the World, eBook

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Teaching the World: Foundations for Online Theological Education brings together educators from a wide range of backgrounds and from some of the largest providers of online theological education in the world. Together, they present a revolutionary new approach to online theological education, highly practical and yet thoroughly shaped by Scripture and theology.

Overview

More and more seminaries, Christian universities, and Bible colleges are opting to train future ministers and missionaries online.

What happens when the movement toward online education is shaped by pragmatic or financial concerns instead of Scripture and theology? Ministry training can be reduced to a mere transfer of information as institutions lose sight of their calling to shape the souls of God-called men and women in preparation for effective ministry.

How might online ministry training look different if biblical and theological foundations were placed first? Teaching the World brings together educators from a wide range of backgrounds and from some of the largest providers of online theological education in the world. Together, they present a revolutionary new approach to online theological education, highly practical and yet thoroughly shaped by Scripture and theology.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Past Patterns and Present Needs In Online Theological Education

Chapter 2: Controversy and Common Ground

Chapter 3: Paul and the Possibility of Absent Presence

Chapter 4: Social Presence and Theological Education

Chapter 5: Online Faculty and the Image of God

Chapter 6: Online Faculty and Theological Competency

Chapter 7: Shaping the Spiritual Lives of Online Faculty

Chapter 8: Best Practices for Online Learning

Chapter 9: Best Practices for Online Ministry Training

Chapter 10: The Advantage of Ministry Training in Context

Conclusion

Overview

More and more seminaries, Christian universities, and Bible colleges are opting to train future ministers and missionaries online.

What happens when the movement toward online education is shaped by pragmatic or financial concerns instead of Scripture and theology? Ministry training can be reduced to a mere transfer of information as institutions lose sight of their calling to shape the souls of God-called men and women in preparation for effective ministry.

How might online ministry training look different if biblical and theological foundations were placed first? Teaching the World brings together educators from a wide range of backgrounds and from some of the largest providers of online theological education in the world. Together, they present a revolutionary new approach to online theological education, highly practical and yet thoroughly shaped by Scripture and theology.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Past Patterns and Present Needs In Online Theological Education

Chapter 2: Controversy and Common Ground

Chapter 3: Paul and the Possibility of Absent Presence

Chapter 4: Social Presence and Theological Education

Chapter 5: Online Faculty and the Image of God

Chapter 6: Online Faculty and Theological Competency

Chapter 7: Shaping the Spiritual Lives of Online Faculty

Chapter 8: Best Practices for Online Learning

Chapter 9: Best Practices for Online Ministry Training

Chapter 10: The Advantage of Ministry Training in Context

Conclusion

Product Details

  • ISBN:
    9781433691591
  • Status:
    Active
  • Release Date:
    11/01/2017
  • Page Count:
    208
  • Carton Qty:
    36

Product Details

  • ISBN:
    9781433691607
  • Status:
    Active
  • Release Date:
    11/01/2017