Theological schools respond to a many-cultured society, seven stories that tell the tale
A map may be the only place we can find a world with sharp, clear boundaries between countries. Reality is much less precise as territorial imperatives, increased mobility, and new technologies bring people and cultures together in ways never anticipated at the beginning of the century just past. What are the implications for ministry at home and abroad? How does the interweaving of diverse cultures affect the way in which theological schools prepare their students?