Ability to reflect theologically on the central themes of the Christian tradition. Reading scriptural texts critically.
Ability to be a responsive, discerning listener who can enter the worldview of the other. Knowledge of the interaction of religious/spiritual experience and culture in their ecumenical and multicultural dimensions.
Ability to discern and nurture spiritual experience in relation to self and others. Ability to articulate and live from an understanding of self as human, minister, and leader.
Ability to articulate one's relationship with God, as it is informed by theological reflection in one's social context.
Ability to draw critically and constructively on Christian moral traditions to lead sustainably toward a more just and human world. Ability to listen and respond to how the Spirit is active and alive in local and global communities.
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