Mark Young presents a lecture delivered at a conference on theological education held in Kiev, Ukraine in 1996. He proposes grounding educational questions in theological presuppositions, addressing the questions of lack of utility, lack of relevance, and lack of unity in theological education. He offers solutions grounded in over-arching theological presuppositions.
Spiritual development is a very difficult subject to understand. For most, spirituality is easier to live than to define. In this article, the author examines three common approaches to spirituality and suggests ways in which educators can better nurture spirituality by viewing it in the border context of human development.