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THE STAMP OF STRATEGIC PHILANTHROPY: TRANSFIGURING THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION (Part 5)

“By doing good with his money, a man, as it were, stamps the image of God upon it, and makes it pass, current for the merchandise of heaven.” ~ John Rutledge The rare British Guiana 1c magenta is considered the

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THE ROPE OF SHARED GOVERNANCE: TRANSFIGURING THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION (Part 4)

“It is required that those who have been given a trust must prove faithful.” ~ I Corinthians 4:2 Looking through binoculars while on expedition to a hard-to-reach location in the Alps, a group of botanists discovered a rare flower growing

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COMMUNICATING FROM THE CROSSROADS: TRANSFIGURING THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION (Part 3)

“Because the place where Jesus was crucified was near the city, many Jews read the inscription on his cross. It was written in Hebrew, Roman, and Greek.” ~ John 19:20 Schools of theological education rest at the crossroads of society.

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TRANSFIGURING THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION (Part 2)

“Let the seven holy youths, equal in number to the pillars of the wisdom of God, be praised, for with their words they crushed the ungodly teaching of the tyrants as with stones.” ~ Feast of Seven Youths of Ephesus

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TRANSFIGURING THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION (Part 1)

“The height of the mountaintop is measured by the dismal drudgery of the valley, but it is in the valley that we have to live for the glory of God.” ~ Oswald Chambers America’s theological schools and seminaries are in

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TRANSFORMATIONAL PHILANTHROPY (Part 2)

“Money is like manure; it’s not worth a thing unless it’s spread around encouraging young things to grow.” ~ Thornton Wilder, The Matchmaker The Matchmaker is a four-act comedy written by playwright Thornton Wilder in 1955. Due to its success

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TRANSFORMATIONAL PHILANTHROPY (Part 1)

“If you think a gift is completed when the check clears, you’re a tax collector, not a fundraiser. If you think the gift is completed when the receipt is sent, you’re an accountant. If you think the gift is completed

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