Connecting Curriculum with Context


Theological education doesn’t happen in isolation. Framed within all of the contexts emerging from today’s pluralistic world, its success must involve connecting curriculum to context. Graduates must engage effectively in specific ministry contexts. Engaging with various models of theological education, this book explores the challenge of context, as well as identifying steps in the logical sequence of connecting curriculum with context.

About the Author

RUPEN DAS is National Director of the Canadian Bible Society. He was Research Professor of Social Justice, Compassion and Development at Tyndale University College and Seminary in Toronto, as well as on the faculty of the International Baptist Theological Study Center in Amsterdam. Dr. Das has extensive global experience in relief and development and has worked with several organizations, including World Vision. This experience, along with his long-term involvement in educational administration and theological education allows him to bring a mix of practice and academia to his writing, research and teaching.

Book Information


ISBN: 9781783680689

Category: Academic

Region: World

Publishing Date: 2015-10-14

Number of pages: 90


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