CHAPLAINCY – A RESOURCE OF CHRISTIAN PRESENCE
Keywords:institution, listening, presence, prophetic, theological experiment, training
This article is an extract of a lecture by the late Tom Scott presented at Heriot- Watt University in 1979. Twenty-one years hindsight shows the authors clear train of thought and while much in chaplaincy has moved forward there is much remains the same. Tom explores: the changes the individual needs to make moving from minister to chaplain, issues of training, the temptation to develop chaplaincy as a department, and the opportunity the Church has to use chaplaincy for theological experiment.
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