There is a growing conversation about theological education and the missio dei.
The discussions you will participate in durian this course will first of all give you further knowledge and understanding of how some key themes in discussions about the quality of theological education are linked to the missio dei.
In the second place, you will gain a privileged perspective on the realities of theological education in the complex and rich Euroasian context. The course, in fact, builds on the 2019 General Assembly of the Euro-Asian
Accrediting Association (E-AAA) in conjunction with Overseas Council that brought together various speakers and 50 delegates from schools from 11 countries. The course videos are in Russian (some videos are translated from English),
and is particularly suited theological educators and accreditation officers in the Eurasian region.
This course examines a range of topics in theological education through the double lens of quality and the missio dei, within the context of social-political instabilities.
- The mission of theological education and the mission of God – Peter Penner
- Vital Sustainability of Theological Education – Ivan Rusyn
- Keeping the Mission in focus in Curriculum Mapping – Paul Clark
- Faculty Development with the Worldview of Missio Dei – Alexander Belyaev
- Quality of Doctoral level of Education and the Mission of God – Roman Soloviy
- Character and Virtue in TE as the Mission of God – Marvin Oxenham
- Culture and the Mission of God - Paul Clark
- Quality of Theological Education in the Context of Social-political Instability – Walid Zailaa
This course is authored by the E-AAA in
conjunction with the Overseas Council and has benefitted from a number of expert contributors.
This is a self-paced online course.
10 hours of learning.
ICETE Academy points
You will need to complete the learning sections, write a response plan and submit your notes from the video sessions.
Course enrolment key