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by Malcolm L. Warford,Timothy C. Tennant,Joseph A. Bessler,Peter T. Cha,Mary E. Hess
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    Malcolm L. Warford,Timothy C. Tennant,Joseph A. Bessler,Peter T. Cha,Mary E. Hess
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    Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers; New edition edition (October 15, 2008)
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Personal Name: Warford, Malcolm . 1942-.

Seminaries as endangered habitats in a fragile ecosystem : a new ecology model, Joseph A. Bessler Student learning and formation : an improvisational model, Peter T. Cha Listening and learning to teach in theological contexts : an appreciative inquiry model, Mary E. Hess The ministries for which we teach : a world café model, Timothy C. Tennent. Personal Name: Warford, Malcolm . Rubrics: Theological seminaries.

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Mary Hess, Luther Seminary, Leadership Department, Faculty Member. An appreciative inquiry model, appeared in the book "Revitalizing Practice: Collaborative Models for Theological Faculties" (ed. Malcolm Warford, Peter Lang, 2008). Studies Religious Education, Religious Pluralism, and Media Studies.

Article: Theological Influences on the Teachings and Practices of John Alexander Dowie. Article · Nov 2007 · Pneuma.

Article · Jun 2012 · Pacifica: journal of the Melbourne College of Divinity. Article · Apr 2011 · Teaching Theology and Religion. Article: Theological Influences on the Teachings and Practices of John Alexander Dowie.

Revitalizing Practice : Collaborative Models for Theological Faculties. Revitalizing Practice is designed to help theological faculties engage a common set of challenges, particularly in the areas of diversity, formation, and institutional identity

Revitalizing Practice : Collaborative Models for Theological Faculties. Revitalizing Practice is designed to help theological faculties engage a common set of challenges, particularly in the areas of diversity, formation, and institutional identity. These are not technical problems but are instead the very stuff out of which teaching and learning are practiced. Yet addressing such issues requires intentional strategies and collaborative work.

Since 1976 when they entered Union, Malcolm L. Warford has . Warford has documented their experiences, first in theological education and then through their ministries. Finally, he has asked them to reflect on their vocational journeys and express what their calling has meant to them personally and professionally. The book reveals eight richly textured narratives full of the insight, heartache, and delight that go hand in hand with the practice of truths from eight who have been formed by this work and calling.

Revitalizing Practice is designed to help theological faculties engage a common set of challenges, particularly in the areas of diversity, formation, and institutional identity. Revitalizing Practice offers four such intentional strategies: A New Ecology Model, An Improvisational Model, An Appreciative Inquiry Model, and A World Café Model.

Revitalizing Practice is designed to help theological faculties engage a common set of challenges, particularly in the areas of diversity, formation, and institutional identity. These are not technical problems but are instead the very stuff out of which teaching and learning are practiced. Yet addressing such issues requires intentional strategies and collaborative work. Revitalizing Practice offers four such intentional strategies: «A New Ecology Model», «An Improvisational Model», «An Appreciative Inquiry Model», and «A World Café Model». Each of these models provides a thorough and practical framework (based on sound theoretical concepts) designed to help faculties revitalize their practices of theological teaching and learning.