Discipleship Training: A Non-traditional Approach to Theological Education for the Highland Quichua of Ecuador

I believe a cultural blindness exists at the core worldview level of the western missionary and Quichua student that limits the clear teaching and the student’s comprehension and learning in the area of international theological education.

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