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Reimagining Ministerial Formation
Reimagining Ministerial Formation
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Reimagining Ministerial Formation

Heywood
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Reimagining Ministerial Formation

Heywood
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The Church is currently experiencing a transition in the way it understands and practises both mission and ministry. It is to be outward-looking, engaging with the wider community, involving all its members in mission and clergy are to play the role of enablers and equippers of the ministry of the whole church.However, ministerial formation in colleges and courses throughout the country lags behind this emerging consensus. 'Theological education' is still largely based on academic models. Reimagining Ministerial Formation offers a new way forward, where 'ministry' comes to be about the whole church, and ministerial formation is about collaboration between clergy and laity. It argues strongly for a shift away from 'front-loaded' training, to a new focus on formation as a life-long process.

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Publisher
Hymns Ancient & Modern Ltd
Year
2021
ISBN
9780334060420
Topic
Theology & Religion
Subtopic
Christian Ministry

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