PERSISTENT ISSUES IMPACTING ON THE TRAINING OF MINISTERS IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN CONTEXT

@inproceedings{Naidoo2013PERSISTENTII,
  title={PERSISTENT ISSUES IMPACTING ON THE TRAINING OF MINISTERS IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN CONTEXT},
  author={Marilyn Naidoo},
  year={2013}
}
In the midst of a changing landscape for higher education there is once more the question of vision and purpose of theological education. To what end should theological education be undertaken in South Africa to ‘equip people for ministry’? The time of theological training is crucial for ministers to encourage a mature development of occupational and personal identity and foster a coherent under-standing of their role and function in ministry. Ministerial formation must involve training and… CONTINUE READING

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