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Faith & Leadership Interview: What being Christian has to do with how we teach

Formation happens not only from what students are taught but also from how they are taught, says a scholar of faith and learning. What are the implications for teachers who are Christian? Today, teaching is basically viewed as a matter of technique, says David I.…
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Identifying With Those Who Suffer: Psalm 6
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Wheaton Gration Lecture 2016
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“A Cold Heart Cannot Catch Fire”: Imagination, Faith, and Teaching
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Teaching Bonhoeffer: Pedagogy and Peripheral Practices

Some of Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s major writings emerged from the experience of planning and leading an innovative seminary at Finkenwalde, where there was a strong focus on intentional communal practices. This article uses the process of designing an undergraduate course focused on Bonhoeffer’s book Life Together…
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Hospitality, Language Pedagogy, and Communities of Practice
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What hope after Babel? Diversity and Community in Gen 11:1-9, Exod 1:1-14, Zeph 3:1-13 and Acts 2:1-13.

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Christian mind ≠ Christian pedagogy

This piece was published as the editorial in International Journal of Christianity & Education 2017, Vol. 21(1), p. 2–5. A few years ago, I surveyed with colleagues four decades of output from 26 Christian and interfaith peer-reviewed journals in North America across a range of…
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Seeing Anew, Choosing Engagement, Reshaping Practice
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Psalm 113: The Movie
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Commentary: Luke 10:36
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The History of Theological Education—An Extended Review

This review of a useful recent volume on the history of theological education was published in Christian Scholars Review XLVII(1), 2017, 51-57. The book should be of interest not just to theological educators, but to others interested in how the Christian church has approached education…