Boston Theological Institute (BTI) is the largest theological consortium in the world, bringing together the resources of theological schools and seminaries throughout the greater Boston area and some of the most prestigious educational institutions. Its member schools include the following: Currently, the BTI is led by Ann McClenahan as its Executive Director.

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  • Boston Theological Institute (BTI) is the largest theological consortium in the world, bringing together the resources of theological schools and seminaries throughout the greater Boston area and some of the most prestigious educational institutions. Its member schools include the following: * Andover Newton Theological School * Boston College Department of Theology * Boston College School of Theology and Ministry (formerly Weston Jesuit School of Theology) * Boston University School of Theology * Episcopal Divinity School * Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary * Harvard Divinity School * Hebrew College (with its Rabbinical and Cantorial Schools) * Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology * St. John's Seminary Currently, the BTI is led by Ann McClenahan as its Executive Director. (en)
  • Le Boston Theological Institute (BTI), fondé en 1967, est un consortium de plusieurs universités, séminaires et écoles de théologie de la région de Boston aux États-Unis, désireuses de mettre en commun certaines de leurs ressources. Les institutions universitaires, membre du BTI sont: l'Andover Newton Theological School, le Boston College Department of Theology, la Boston College School of Theology and Ministry (anciennement Weston Jesuit School of Theology), la Boston University School of Theology, l'Episcopal Divinity School, le Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, la Harvard Divinity School, l'Hebrew College, la Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology et le St. John's Seminary. Le siège du BTI est situé sur le campus de l'Andover Newton Theological School, son directeur exécutif est actuellement Rodney L. Petersen. (fr)
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  • Boston Theological Institute (BTI) is the largest theological consortium in the world, bringing together the resources of theological schools and seminaries throughout the greater Boston area and some of the most prestigious educational institutions. Its member schools include the following: Currently, the BTI is led by Ann McClenahan as its Executive Director. (en)
  • Le Boston Theological Institute (BTI), fondé en 1967, est un consortium de plusieurs universités, séminaires et écoles de théologie de la région de Boston aux États-Unis, désireuses de mettre en commun certaines de leurs ressources. Les institutions universitaires, membre du BTI sont: l'Andover Newton Theological School, le Boston College Department of Theology, la Boston College School of Theology and Ministry (anciennement Weston Jesuit School of Theology), la Boston University School of Theology, l'Episcopal Divinity School, le Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, la Harvard Divinity School, l'Hebrew College, la Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology et le St. John's Seminary. Le siège du BTI est situé sur le campus de l'Andover Newton Theological School, son directeur exécutif es (fr)
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