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Dec
10

CBTE: A Philosophy, Not a Model, Pt. 10

We conclude our series on competency-based theological education by sharing a video created for the recent CBTE conference in Vancouver, BC. The video features SFS and a two other schools that are living into competency-based theological education. Below the video, links are available for all of the articles in the series.

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Dec
09

NAB Conf. Advent Devotional Series - Giving Jesus (Wk. 2)

Shared, courtesy of the North American Baptist Conference, is a devotional for each day during this first week of Advent. Advent is a celebration of the arrival of the Christ child, which serves to remind us not only that God chose to come to earth to live among us but also that He will come again someday.

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Dec
03

CBTE: A Philosophy, Not a Model, Pt. 9

In October we began talking about CBTE, which was developed to help distinguish what is happening in theological education from the broader world of competency-based higher education. In week 1, we provided a background on outcome-based education and how CBTE fits within that broad heading.

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Nov
26

CBTE: A Philosophy, Not a Model, Pt. 8

Today we continue our conversation on CBTE. Over the past several weeks we have looked at how CBTE invites us to think differently about nearly every aspect of education. Our focus today will be on how it also invites us to think differently about how this philosophy of education requires institutions to think more integratively.

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