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Spanning the divide : Latinos/as in theological education / Edwin I. Hernández, Milagros Peña, Caroline Sotello Viernes Turner, Ariana Monique Salazar.

By: Hernandez, Edwin I.
Contributor(s): Peña, Milagros, 1955- | Turner, Caroline Sotello Viernes | Salazar, Ariana Monique.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Orlando, Florida : Asociación para la Educación Teológica Hispana (AETH), [2016]Copyright date: ©2016Description: 490 pages : illustrations, charts ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781945339073; 1945339071.Other title: Latinas in theological education.Subject(s): Hispanic Americans -- Education (Higher) | Latin Americans -- Education (Higher) -- United States | Theology -- Study and teaching | Theological seminaries | Educational change -- United States | Clergy -- Training ofDDC classification: 230.0711
Contents:
Pat 1. Overview -- Introduction -- Lifting the veil : a look inside theological educational institutions -- Part 2. Latino/a seminary students -- Taking roll : who are Latino/a seminary students? -- Hearing the call : Latino/a seminarians' vocational motivations and views about the church's role in society -- Finding the right fit : how Latino/a seminarians choose their schools -- Bringing their gifts : experience and education of Latino/a seminarians -- Facing the gap : how Latino/a seminarians evaluate their institutions' quality and commitment to diversity -- Serving their own : what seminaries can do to help Latino/as prepare for ministry to the Hispanic community -- Part 3. The world of Latino/a faculty in theological education -- Latino/a theological faculty : a close look -- Latino/a theological faculty : a cross-racial comparison -- Faculty diversity in theological education : the continuous challenge of inclusion with injustice -- Part 4. Alternative pathways and best rpactices in Latino/a thological education -- Making progress : how one institution is successfully improving its approach to training latino/a rligious leaders -- Empowering Hispanic ministry in greater Grand Rapids : a case study -- The alternative path and Latino/a concerns : the AETH study of Bible institutes -- Caring for their own : Latino/a theological education as done by HTI/HTIC and HSP -- Conclusion : Spanning the divide.
Summary: This book provides a detailed look at the current state of Latino/a theological education in the United States. This includes consideration of the career development and opinions of Latinos/as in seminary education, as well attention to other important modes of Latino/a theological education, like non-degree programs and Hispanic-serving organizations like the HTI and HSP. Another goal of this project was to make recommendations for ways in which schools of theology can do a better job preparing the next generation of Latino/a religious leaders to serve as bridge builders for the future. Thus, we paid special attention to how hospitable theological educational institus are to Hispanics. This book also offers recommendations on improving Latino/a recruitment, revamping the curriculum and Hispanic ministry education, tending better to the sense of community on campuses, and so much more. -- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 475-486).

Pat 1. Overview -- Introduction -- Lifting the veil : a look inside theological educational institutions -- Part 2. Latino/a seminary students -- Taking roll : who are Latino/a seminary students? -- Hearing the call : Latino/a seminarians' vocational motivations and views about the church's role in society -- Finding the right fit : how Latino/a seminarians choose their schools -- Bringing their gifts : experience and education of Latino/a seminarians -- Facing the gap : how Latino/a seminarians evaluate their institutions' quality and commitment to diversity -- Serving their own : what seminaries can do to help Latino/as prepare for ministry to the Hispanic community -- Part 3. The world of Latino/a faculty in theological education -- Latino/a theological faculty : a close look -- Latino/a theological faculty : a cross-racial comparison -- Faculty diversity in theological education : the continuous challenge of inclusion with injustice -- Part 4. Alternative pathways and best rpactices in Latino/a thological education -- Making progress : how one institution is successfully improving its approach to training latino/a rligious leaders -- Empowering Hispanic ministry in greater Grand Rapids : a case study -- The alternative path and Latino/a concerns : the AETH study of Bible institutes -- Caring for their own : Latino/a theological education as done by HTI/HTIC and HSP -- Conclusion : Spanning the divide.

This book provides a detailed look at the current state of Latino/a theological education in the United States. This includes consideration of the career development and opinions of Latinos/as in seminary education, as well attention to other important modes of Latino/a theological education, like non-degree programs and Hispanic-serving organizations like the HTI and HSP. Another goal of this project was to make recommendations for ways in which schools of theology can do a better job preparing the next generation of Latino/a religious leaders to serve as bridge builders for the future. Thus, we paid special attention to how hospitable theological educational institus are to Hispanics. This book also offers recommendations on improving Latino/a recruitment, revamping the curriculum and Hispanic ministry education, tending better to the sense of community on campuses, and so much more. -- Provided by publisher.

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