World Conference of Associations of Theological Institutions (WOCATI): Remapping Theological Education

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World Conference of Associations of Theological Institutions (Work)
wocati.org
Challenges and Promises of Quality Assurance in Theological Education: Multicontextual and Ecumenical Inquires – By WOCATI
wocati.org/resources/archive/publications/books/
Adam DJ Brett - Web Administrator of WOCATI
Namsoon Kang - President of WOCATI (Main Contact)
Prof. Dr. Namsoon Kang (Work)
+18172577137
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wocati.org/contact/
Member Associations of WOCATI
wocati.org/members/
Prof. Dr. Namsoon Kang (Work)
+18179248336

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Directory information – Ecumenical Theological Education
World Conference of Associations of Theological Institutions (WOCATI)
Ecumenics
Oikoumene
Theological Education
Name – World Conference of Associations of Theological Institutions (WOCATI)
Salutation: Prof. Dr.
First name: Namsoon
Last name: Kang
Address – Mailing Address
WOCATI C/O Namsoon Kang
TCU & Brite Divinity School
TCU Box 298130
Fort Worth
TX
76129
USA
Hobbies / Interests
Ecumenics, oikoumene, Theological Education, World Christianity, Global Christianity, theology, seminary, divinity school, school of theology, bible college
The WOCATI (World Conference of Associations of Theological Institutions), the global platform for dialogue and networking between regional associations of theological schools, was established in 1989 with its inaugural meeting at Kaliurang, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, June 19, 1989. WOCATI intends the followings:
To provide an established and continuing dialogue forum;
To serve as a network to promote relations of member associations;
To serve as a platform for dialogue on the quality standards of theological education and the excellency of theological research;
To serve as an international quality assurance agency;
To serve as a community of learning for exploring new models of intercontextual exchange and mutual enrichment between different contextual theologies around the world;
To serve as an advocate for exploring new ways of global resource sharing in the area of theological education and to identify new resources for the development of the global nature and contextual implications of theological education.
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