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Please note: Numerous Internet resources have been included in the text of Jonathan Tan’s article, Teaching Religion and Theology: Intercultural and Transnational Online Resources.

Aleshire, Daniel. “The Future Has Arrived: Changing Theological Education in a Changed World.” Address given at the Association of Theological Schools/Commission on Accreditation Biennial Meeting, June 2010.

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Wingeier-Rayo, Philip. “Civic Engagement and International Service-Learning.” Spotlight on Teaching, October 2010.

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