The Theology program was pleased to support a consultation earlier this month, hosted by Graduate Theological Union, focused on the theme of interreligious theological education. The sessions were part of a multi-year study on the current state of theological education.
On January 14-16, 2019, the Graduate Theological Union was pleased to host a regional consultation on the theme of interreligious theological education as part of a three-year study of “Current and Future Directions in Theological Education.” The project, designed to cultivate sustained reflection and conversation on theological education at the field level, is funded by the Henry Luce Foundation, and overseen by Lancaster Theological Seminary. Rev. Dr. David Mellott, president of Lancaster Theological Seminary, and Dr. Deborah Flemister Mullin, emerita professor at Columbia Theological Seminary, served as cofacilitators for the consultation.
Image: Participants from the consultation on "Current and Future Directions in Theological Education," January 15, 2019.