Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Money Mastering Theological Education

Robert Parham at Ethics Daily has posted a story about the financial troubles that are besetting American theological education.

The troubles cross all denominational and theological boundaries.

It's not a pretty picture.

It is well past time for a new paradigm for theological education.

My guess is that there will be a lot more virtual classrooms in the future. At the moment, B.H. Carroll Institute seems to be at the head of the curve.

1 comment:

P M Prescott said...

Glorieta Convention center is closing down from mid-October to mid-March and is laying off 22 workers. I wouldn't be surprised if they start listing it for sale in the next year or two.