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ISBN: 9781783685974
Imprint: Langham Global Library
Format: Paperback
Dimensions (mm): 229 x 152 x 18
Publication Date: 30/06/2021
Pages: 342
Language: French

La direction académique dans la formation théologique, volume 1

Les fondements

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L’ICETE Programme for Academic Leadership (IPAL) a été officiellement créé en 2010. Il est né de la nécessité de proposer une formation aux responsables académiques des institutions théologiques dans différentes régions du monde. L’IPAL propose un cycle de colloques pour le développement professionnel des responsables académiques évangéliques afin d’aider les institutions théologiques dans leur recherche de qualité et d’excellence.

Cet ouvrage est le premier de trois volumes destinés à accompagner et à soutenir les formations proposées par l’IPAL, ainsi qu’à fournir de manière indépendante un accès plus large à des principes utiles pour les responsables académiques en vue du développement institutionnel.

Chaque chapitre aborde et illustre la compétence et la compréhension des auteurs en matière de formation, de direction et d’administration dans les institutions théologiques évangéliques. Enrichi par la connaissance d’un large éventail de contextes non occidentaux, ce guide est indispensable pour les responsables académiques du monde entier.

Author Bios

Fritz Deininger
(Edited By)

FRITZ DEININGER has a ThD in New Testament from the University of South Africa and is an associate professor at Columbia International University, South Carolina, USA. He also taught at the Academy for World Mission in Germany and is the Coordinator of IPAL. With his wife, he served in Thailand from 1981 to 2008 planting churches, training leaders and as the academic dean of Bangkok Bible Seminary where he still teaches courses as a visiting professor. He has been the Coordinator for IPAL for many years.

Orbelina Eguizabal
(Edited By)

ORBELINA EGUIZABAL has a PhD in Educational Studies from Talbot School of Theology, California, USA, where she is Professor of Christian Higher Education. She serves as a visiting professor in seminaries in several Latin American countries and spent twenty years at Seminario Teolóico Centroamericano, Guatemala City, Guatemala. She has been collaborating with ICETE since 2008 and is part of the Spanish-speaking teaching team of Seminars for Academic Leaders in Latin America.

Endorsements

Pendant de nombreuses années, j’ai rêvé du jour où un manuel pour les responsables académiques deviendrait réalité. J’espérais aussi que les contributeurs pourraient être tant du Sud que du Nord et qu’ils auraient une expertise dans la formation théologique à l’échelle mondiale. Mon rêve est devenu réalité !

Les responsables académiques des institutions théologiques disposent enfin d’un guide pratique pour soutenir leur noble mission en faisant progresser la formation théologique pour la gloire de Dieu et le service de son Église et de son monde.

Riad Kassis, docteur en théologie
Ancien directeur international de l’ICETE
Directeur, Scholars Programme, Langham Partnership


Cet ouvrage représente une contribution précieuse à la formation théologique. Les auteurs y parlent de leur expérience dans diverses régions du monde, offrant une perspective mondiale. Les chapitres couvrent d’importants aspects de la direction académique et offrent une orientation utile aux doyens, directeurs académiques et autres responsables des écoles de théologie. Ce livre promet d’être une ressource utile pour les institutions de formation et un précieux guide.

Pablo Sywulka, docteur en théologie
Doyen émérite,
Seminario Teológico Centroamericano (SETECA),
Guatemala City, Guatemala

Table of Contents

  1. Préface
  2. Remerciements
  3. Introduction
  4. Première partie – Fondements pour la formation théologique
    1. Économe de la maisonnée de Dieu. Fondements bibliques de la formation théologique – Dieumeme Noëlliste
    2. Pour une philosophie opérationnelle de la formation théologique. Passer de la philosophie à la stratégie – Lee Wanak
    3. Se rendre en terre promise. Vision, mission et valeurs : leur impact sur les objectifs de la formation théologique – Paul Wright
    4. Les facteurs qui contribuent à l’excellence dans la formation théologique – Steve Hardy
  5. Deuxième partie – La direction académique. Caractéristiques et responsabilités
    1. Doyen et directeur académique. Partenaires dans la formation théologique – Fritz Deininger
    2. La direction académique en tant que ministère chrétien. Un poste de direction exigeant – Fritz Deininger
  6. Troisième partie – La direction académique. Les pratiques administratives
    1. La planification stratégique dans la formation théologique – Manfred Waldemar Kohl
    2. L’accréditation. Importance et avantages pour l’institution – Bernhard Ott
    3. Le directeur académique et l’évaluation institutionnelle. Ce qu’il faut évaluer, pourquoi l’évaluer et comment l’évaluer – Ralph Enlow
  7. Quatrième partie – La direction académique. Les pratiques de direction
    1. Les directeurs académiques en tant qu’agents du changement
    2. La gestion des conflits et des crises dans la direction académique. Quand le « marcher ensemble » ne marche pas – Paul Sanders
    3. Réflexions pratiques d’un directeur académique – Albert Ting
  8. Bibliographie
  9. Les auteurs

Contributors

Dieumeme Noëlliste

DIEUMEME NOËLLISTE (PhD, Northwestern University) serves as Professor of Theological Ethics and Director of the Grounds Institute of Public Ethics at Denver Seminary, Denver, Colorado. A past Director of ICETE, he is president of the Caribbean Evangelical Theological Association and a member of the faculty of the Caribbean Graduate School of Theology located in Kingston, Jamaica. A native of Haiti, Dr Noelliste’s writings have focused on Caribbean theology and global theological education.


Lee Wanak

LEE WANAK holds a PhD in Education from Indiana University and a DMin in Missions from Denver Seminary. First coming to the Philippines in 1978 he trained rural lay church leaders in Mindanao and directed church-planting efforts. He has served as Dean of Asian Theological Seminary and Asia Graduate School of Theology and has written several articles on Philippine theological education. While at ATS and AGST he directed the MA in Transformational Urban Leadership and the Doctor of Education programs and chaired the Christian Education department. At William Jessup University he chaired the Intercultural Studies department. He and his wife Dottie currently live in Madison, Wisconsin.


Ralph E. Enlow, Jr.

RALPH ENLOW is President of the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE), a founding ICETE member network. Prior to assuming leadership of ABHE, Ralph served for twenty-eight years as an educational leader at Columbia International University, including six years as Senior Vice President and Provost.


Steven A. Hardy

STEVE HARDY has worked as a missionary educator since the mid-1970s and has lived in Ethiopia, Brazil, Mozambique, South Africa, the UK and the USA. His love is teaching, and he has served as an educational consultant with SIM, Overseas Council, Langham Partnership, and the International Council for Evangelical Theological Education. He is the author of a number of articles and an adult Sunday School curriculum on missions. He is married to LeAnne, a librarian, author of Christian fiction and editor of Christian books. Steve and LeAnne recently retired to northwest Wisconsin, USA. They have two grown daughters and three grandchildren.


Manfred W. Kohl

MANFRED WALDEMAR KOHL serves as Ambassador for Overseas Council International, an organization that assists theological institutions, primarily in the non- Western world. He also served as Executive Director for World Vision International in Africa and Europe. He has a ThM, DMin, and ThD. He has published articles and books in the area of institutional development, theological education, and fundraising. His material has been published in English, German, Russian, Mandarin, and Portuguese.


Bernhard Ott

BERNHARD OTT has been involved in theological education and academic leadership for more than thirty-five years. He holds an MA from Fresno Pacific University and a PhD from OCMS, Oxford. Currently he serves as the Chairman and Accreditation Director of the European Evangelical Accrediting Association (EEAA) and is the Academic Dean of the European School of Culture and Theology, Korntal, Germany. Bernhard and his wife have four adult children and live in Liestal, Switzerland. They are members of an Anabaptist-Mennonite congregation in Basel, where he serves as a lay minister.


Paul Sanders

PAUL SANDERS was born in the USA to a Swedish father (Baptist pastor) and a Lebanese mother. Paul holds a BA in History from Oregon State University, a Master of Divinity in Christian Education, a Master of Theology in practical theology from Western Seminary in Oregon, as well as the doctorate in Modern History from the University of Paris IV-Sorbonne. He is married to Agnès, French physician, and they have three adult children and two grandchildren. After twenty-five years of ministry in the Paris area in church planting and theological education, Paul and his family moved to Beirut (Lebanon) where he served for nearly fifteen years as academic dean and provost of the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary in Beirut (www.ABTSLebanon.org), then as International Director of the International Council for Evangelical Theological Education (www.icete-edu.org) and the Middle East Association for Theological Education (www.Meate.org). The Sanders now make their home in the city of Nantes in western France.


Albert Ting

ALBERT TING serves as the Principal of Singapore Bible College since 2006. He received his DMin, ThM and MDiv from Talbot School of Theology. His interest has been on leadership and mentoring. He sat on the Board of ATA and two seminaries in his contribution to the furtherance of theological education. He was a pastor in Los Angeles before he was called into theological education in Singapore. He is happily married to Rebecca, and together they have two children, Jeremy and Adeline.


Paul Wright

PAUL WRIGHT has an MA in New Testament from Calvary Bible College and Seminary (Kansas City, Missouri, USA) and a PhD in Theological Education from the Seminario Teológico Centroamericano (Guatemala City, Guatemala). He has been involved in church-planting ministry in Argentina with Avant Ministries (formerly Gospel Missionary Union) since 1980. As one of the founders of the Instituto Bíblico Evangélico Mendoza (Mendoza, Argentina), he has served as Professor of Bible and Theology as well as rector since 1997. He has written articles and reviews for the Christian Education Journal, Revista Kairos and Apuntes Pastorales.


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