Following the June Seminar, the participating schools were invited to submit a grant proposal for an educational project that addressed the issue in theological teaching and learning identified by the whole faculty. At the end of this two year project, a joint consultation for all the schools was held to reflect on their projects and a final report was written.
The continuing concern throughout the various activities of The Lexington Seminar has been to provide a setting for faculty conversations on significant issues in theological teaching and learning and to encourage collaboration within faculties on these issues in theological education. Two books have come out of the work of the seminar: Practical Wisdom: On Theological Teaching and Learning, edited by Malcolm L. Warford (New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2005) and Revitalizing Practice: Collaborative Models for Theological Faculties, edited by Malcolm L. Warford (New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2008). All of the reports and seminar documents of The Lexington Seminar are contained on this website.
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