Langham Partnership is committed to the teaching of teachers and pastors. That’s why we’re investing in lecturers at Majority World seminaries who teach PhD students.
It is vital for those who teach on doctoral programmes to keep their own research and writing up to date. This enables them to guide students working at the cutting-edge of their respective fields.
Langham sponsors a group of ten men and women who teach on doctoral programmes over a three-year period. Each participant attends annual residential seminars aims to publish a book and two journal articles by the end of the four years.
Focus on research
One current participant is Dr Theodros Assefa Teklu, from Ethiopia, who is a lecturer in theology and ethics and Dean of Studies at Ethiopia Graduate School of Theology. Dr Theodros is already a published writer and gained his PhD at Manchester University in 2013.
He stayed in Langham’s permanent study room at Tyndale House, Cambridge, from the beginning of December 2018 to the end of January 2019. This enabled him to focus on his research.
Tyndale House boasts a world-renowned library and a superb academic community in which Scholars can complete their studies.
Support the study room
A current Langham Scholar, Okky Karmawan, has his viva at Edinburgh University on 28 February. He will be spending some time at Tyndale House from 4-22 March.
If you do not already support Langham’s study room at Tyndale House, please prayerfully consider making a donation.