A conversation bringing together diverse perspectives on theological education in America today. Imagining what the future of theological education could and should look like.
A Conversation with Rev. Matthew Wesley Williams & Dr. Teresa Delgado
A conversation with Rev. Matthew Wesley Williams, President of Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta & Dr. Teresa Delgado, Professor of Religion and Ethics at Iona College, Chair of the Religious Studies Department, and Program Director...
A Conversation with Dr. Michael Gilligan & Rev. Dr. Boyung Lee
A conversation with Dr. Michael Gilligan, President Emeritus of the Henry Luce Foundation in New York City & Dr. Boyung Lee, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of Illiff School of Theology in Denver.A conversation bringing together diverse...
A Conversation with Rev. Dr. Fernando Cascante & Rev. Dr. Sarah Drummond
A conversation with Rev. Dr. Fernando Cascante, Executive Director of The Association for Hispanic Theological Education in Orlando & Rev, Dr. Sarah Drummond, Founding Dean of Andover Newton Seminary at Yale Divinity School in New Haven, CTA...
A Conversation with Rev. Dr. Frank Yamada & Rabbi Dr. Rachel Mikva
A conversation with Rev. Dr. Frank Yamada, Executive Director of the Association of Theological Schools, located in Pittsburgh & Rabbi Dr. Rachel Mikva, Rabbi Herman E. Schaalman Chair and Associate Professor of Jewish Studies, and Sr. Faculty...
Conversation with Rev. Christian Scharen & Dr. Gregory Smith
A conversation with Rev. Christian Scharen, Interim Pastor at St. Lydia's Dinner Church in Brooklyn, NY, & Dr. Gregory Smith, Associate Director of Research at Pew Research Center in Washington, D.C.A conversation bringing together diverse...
A Conversation with Rev. Joanne Rodríguez & Rev. Stephen Lewis
A conversation with Rev. Joanne Rodriguez, Executive Director of the Hispanic Theological Initiative located at Princeton Theological Seminary & Rev. Stephen Lewis, President of the Forum for Theological Exploration in Atlanta.This conversation...
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Engaging round table discussions
The panelists do a great job wrestling with the challenges to keep theological education relevant and adaptive. The discussions are well moderated, and it is interesting to hear the 40,000 foot perspective outlining opportunities and challenges facing theological educational programs. I look forward to each episode. This is a very well produced, informative series.
Interesting and thought-provoking conversation
Love listening in on these big thinkers talking about the opportunities that exist in the future of theological education. Quote of the show from Rev. Stephen Lewis: “…even the best-laid plans — even in our theological institutions — can be undermined because of your culture.”
Honesty and Hopefulness
This podcast envisions the future of theological education with both honesty and hopefulness. Beginning with a focus on DEI frames the conversation as one of equity and inclusion. As a teacher in theological education I look forward to future episodes!