I've been asked to speak at the EEAA General Assembly (European Evangelical Accrediting Association) at the London School of Theology, on Friday 27th October.
My brief is to talk about the "Challenges from new church expressions (emerging church) for theological education". How might leaders in theological education in Europe begin to dialogue with the emerging church and hear its voice?
The EEAA is a quality assurance network operating in theological colleges in over 26 countries and every two years they hold an international conference that is mostly attended by presidents and deans. So this general assembly is in London at LST and Alister McGrath is the plenary speaker on the theme: "Challenging a Vision of Theological Education - a Challenging Vision"
I'll be reviewing emerging church broadly, and changes in online and hybrid theological education and using the D.Min at George Fox that I lead, as a case study.