Abstract: This essay explores renewed ways to reimagine theological education. Incarnation is used as a theological lens that engages anew “the transmission of Christian memory, the education for God's
peace and justice, and the formation of church and community leadership.” Attention is given to apprenticeship, project‐based learning, distributed learning, and global learning, and concludes with implications for governance and faculty.
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Document Type: Research Article
Robin J. Steinke is Professor of Theological Ethics and Dean of the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg. She also serves on the Association of Theological Schools’ Commission on Accrediting and represents the ELCA on the Lutheran
World Federation Council.
Publication date: December 1, 2011