Although it ran for more than ten years and involved more than 200 faculty from forty-four ATS member schools, the findings of the Lexington Seminar have not been engaged as robustly as they could be in facing current challenges. This essay collates the experiences of the Lexington Seminar with recent educational literature to suggest a range of options in faculty development for meeting the adaptive challenges facing schools, particularly in terms of shifting dynamics of authority, authenticity, and agency.
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Hess, Mary E. "Loving the questions: finding food for the future of theological education in the Lexington Seminar." Theological Education 48, no. 1 (2013): 69-89
Hess, Mary E., "Loving the questions: finding food for the future of theological education in the Lexington Seminar" (2013). Faculty Publications. 11.