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February 2017

Inscribed - February 2017
Master of Divinity: Charting A New Course

YTI is equipping ministers to serve a world where Christianity is an afterthought YTI begins its Master of Divinity  (M.Div.) program in the fall of 2017. It is unique, it is progressive, and it is sound—theologically, biblically, and culturally. It looks ahead to the needs of the Christian faith in the 21st century. It is … MORE

A 12th Century Model

How the Abbey of St. Victor provides a template for ministry training in the 21st century To find a model for ministry training in the 21st century, YTI looked to the 12th century Abbey of St. Victor, which was located outside Paris. The abbey’s founder, William of Champeaux, and his successor, Hugh of St. Victor, … MORE

YTI Spotlight: Rachel Toombs

Rachel Toombs will be joining the YTI faculty this year as Professor of Theology and Old Testament. She will be accompanied by her husband, Lance Green, who will also be a lecturer at YTI. Rachel is currently completing her Ph.D. at Baylor University on the writing of Flannery O’Connor and Hebrew narrative. She and Lance … MORE

From the President

We can’t quite put our finger on it, but we know that in 2017 we are entering a “brave, new world.” Miranda, Prospero’s daughter in Shakespeare’s play “The Tempest,” utters the phrase, “Oh, wonder! How many goodly creatures are there here! How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world, that has such people in’t!” Interestingly, … MORE

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