A place for Christian educators to share formation resources online.
Laboring "for all who seek instruction" (Sirach 33:18).
This site is made possible by a grant from the Evangelical Education Society of the Episcopal Church and was developed in partnership with the Center for the Ministry of Teaching at Virginia Theological Seminary by Kyle Matthew Oliver.
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Monthly Archives: December 2011
Many of us who routinely make presentation slides are frustrated by the conventional and intrinsic limitations of the software available to us (see, for example, Edward Tufte’s now-classic critique The Cognitive Style of PowerPoint). One particularly exciting development in this … Continue reading
Dr. Mary Hess from Luther Seminary in St. Paul, MN, is on campus at Virginia Theological Seminary today giving a “Fridays at the Seminary” presentation entitled “Technology, Theology and Teaching: Faith formation in a ‘new culture of learning.’” Since this … Continue reading
Like the excellent Lutheran site feautor.org, part of the goal of Into All The WWWorld is to help Christian educators take advantage of the many fine formation materials that get produced by seminarians training for full-time ministry. Between field education … Continue reading
Continuing with our preview of our course on science and theology, here’s a short excerpt from the introductory lesson: ************ Course introduction Where we’re coming from This course on science and religion was developed with funding from a group within the Episcopal Church … Continue reading