Volume 29: Forming Religious Leaders In and For a Diverse World - 2009
No one questions the importance of addressing the challenge of diversity for both formation and supervision.
Attending to one's social location has become a critical dimension of self-understanding for ministry.
Programs that expose ministry students, pastoral supervisors, and faculty to diverse cultural, ethnic, or religious settings
are standard in virtually every seminary and common fare at professional gatherings.
What must we learn about responding to religious and cultural difference in order to minister authentically in diverse contexts?