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Document Condolence letter on death of David Philpot
Condolence letter from the WCC general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit on death of Rev. David Philpot, WCC executive secretary for scholarships in 1980s, addressed to his daughter Anne Wanjie.
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Document Asia Regional Consultation on Ecumenical Learning in Partnership
Dumaguete City, Philippines 10-14 February 2001 (The following is a slightly abridged version of the report written by the consultation participants.)
Located in Resources / / Education and ecumenical formation / Ecumenical lay formation
Document Education in religion for the community
How can religious education promote good relationships in the community? Consultation for educators in religion Aya Napa, Cyprus 29 November - 4 December, 2001
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Document Formation of the Laos
Presentation: Formation of the Laos by Godlind Bigalke at the May 1997 international consultation on the theme: "Towards a Common Understanding of the Theological Concepts of Laity/Laos: The People of God."
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Document Learning ecumenically through congregational partnerships and exchanges
World Council of Churches programme on Education and Ecumenical Formation in co-operation with the All Africa Conference of Churches Nairobi, Kenya, KCCT, 23-28 June 2000 The following is a slightly abridged version of the report written by the consultation participants.
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Document Association of Theological Instititions in Southern and Central Africa (ATISCA), Johannesburg 2011
Located in Resources / / Ecumenical theological education (ETE) / The Future of African Theological Education - Papers from ETE and partners in Africa
Document Quality in Theological Education - Discussion in Francophone Networks (CEVAA)
The fragmented landscapes of theological education on global scale today and different political conditions and frameworks according to which theological education can organize itself also lead to quite different ways in which accreditation and quality assessment of higher education institutions in theological education is taking place. There has not been yet any attempt to compare and reflect theologically the different sets of criteria by which associations of theological schools asses the quality of theological education within their own area of responsibility. A major international and ecumenical research project would be advisable and deserve funding on questions like a) What are the underlining theological presuppositions for sets of quality criteria for theological education in a given social and denominational context? b) What is the relation between general or secular sets of criteria for assessment in higher theological education and specific sets of criteria which emerge out of specifically theological concerns? c) To what extend there is a common ground between different sets of criteria for theological education programs between different social and denominational contexts?
Located in Resources / / Ecumenical theological education (ETE) / WCC Programme on Ecumenical theological education
Document Joint Information Service
This Joint Information Service of the WCC programme on Ecumenical Theological Education and the World Conference of Associations of Theological Institutions (WOCATI) focuses on the Theological Education World Study Report 2009 by the Edinburgh 2010 International Study Group.
Located in Resources / / Ecumenical theological education (ETE) / Ministerial Formation / Joint Information Service
Document Ministerial formation, issue 111, November 2008
This issue presents a collection of voices from the Latin American discourse on theological education. It is interesting to realize how fast developments have progressed on this continent since the last special issue on Latin America in 1992, though some challenges remain the same.
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Document Ministerial formation, issue 110, April 2008
This issue of Ministerial Formation is at the special occasion both of the Jubilee of ETE as well as the congress of the World Conference of Associations of Theological Institutions (WOCATI). 50 years of work in promoting ecumenical theological education in six continents - what a history of struggling, what accumulation of dedicated efforts of many gifted theological educators, what persistency in the promotion of both contextualization and globalization of theological education are imbedded in and part of these 50 years!
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