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In response to the 1962 All-Asia Conference of missions affiliated with The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod, the Synod in convention in Cleveland, Ohio, encouraged the Board for World Missions to "upgrade its seminaries" in Asia and to "bring recommendations on the establishment of a graduate seminary in the Orient to the next convention of the Synod" (Resolution 2-22, 1963 Proceedings, p.98). The Board for World Missions, therefore, sponsored a second All-Asia Conference at Baguio City Philippines (Oct. 19-29, 1964), to which 26 persons were invited, including representatives from six Asia countries and training centers, the India Evangelical Lutheran Church, the Lutheran World Federation, and the Board for World Missions. Nineteen study papers dealing with various aspects of theological education in Asia were presented by participants from the Asian church.
Laity; Ministers; Scholars
Ahlschwede, Arthur M. and Repp, Arthur C.
"Theological Education in East Asia,"
Concordia Theological Monthly: Vol. 36, Article 22.
Available at: https://scholar.csl.edu/ctm/vol36/iss1/22