I recently read an article by Lesslie Newbigin titled, “The Enduring Validity of Cross-Cultural Mission.” It was originally presented as … Continue reading The Enduring Validity of Cross-Cultural Mission
In an entry on “Missiology” in the Encyclopedia of Protestantism, Wilbert Shenk offers, what I take, to be a pretty … Continue reading Who do Missiologists Answer to?
Think about doing a different Introductory Activity besides the normal “post a little bit about yourself.” Some other ideas that … Continue reading Teaching Online – Creative Introductions
Honestly, it’s hard to think of a theological topic that gets evangelical Christians more fired up than the doctrine of … Continue reading The Liturgy of Creation
If you will be teaching from a course shell and working more asynchronously, you will benefit from tips about navigating … Continue reading Some Tips from AAR for Teaching Online
BAPT is pleased to announce its 2020 Summer Seminar: “Honesty: The Philosophy and Psychology of a Neglected Virtue,” led by … Continue reading Baptist Association of Philosophy Teachers: 2020 Summer Seminary Call for Applications
From Theology.News Christian Philosophy: its Past, Present and Future September 22–24, 2020 Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow, Poland We are … Continue reading Christian Philosophy: Its Past, Present, and Future