Transitioning from a Theological College to a Christian University : A Multi-Case Study in the East African Context
In this book, Dr Semeon Mulatu looks to institutions in Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo that have completed or embarked upon the journey to university status. The study explores the motivations of educational leaders in pursuing such a transition, as well as the impact it has had or will have on the continued theological education and Christian mission of the institution. Here you will find answers to key questions such as:
- What is lost and gained by a seminary becoming a university?
- What are the challenges along the road?
- Is it all worth it in the end?
- Paperback | 238 pages
- 152 x 229 x 12.7mm | 322.05g
- 14 Oct 2017
- Langham Publishing
- Langham Global Library
- Carlisle, United Kingdom
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informed engagement of this exciting, challenging and enriching process of
transitioning to university status.
-- Rev Emmanuel Chemengich, DMin
Executive Director, Association for Christian Theological Education in Africa (ACTEA)
Essential reading for those who wish a better understanding of this very
important phenomenon in Christian higher education.
-- Scott Cunningham, PhD
Interim President and CEO, Overseas Council
The important trend of recent years for theological colleges in Africa to
transition to Christian universities is here provided with a pioneering research
study. Semeon Mulatu has elegantly surfaced the core issues and patterns
relevant to assessment of this trend.
-- Paul Bowers, PhD
Managing Editor, BookNotes for Africa
Former International Director, International Council for Evangelical Theological Education