To commemorate its 70th anniversary, the West Indies School of Theology launches the Caribbean Journal of Theological Education and Research (CJTER). CJTER is the official academic journal of the West Indies School of Theology and focuses on research within the theological field, education in general and action research. The journal also strives to include research work done in a number of contemporary issues. These areas include (but are not limited to) theologically based research, education and research, contemporary issues, biblical approach to dealing gender roles, sexuality, divorce, euthanasia, capital punishment, corporal punishment, educational policy, education and spirituality in the 21st century, church growth, planting and development, innovative approaches to teaching and learning, church governance, politics and hierarchy and quality in delivery of theological education. The Journal provides WIST and other theological based institutions with an environment where academic research can be published. The Journal encourages publications from Colleges, universities, and Institutions throughout the Caribbean. This year’s publication focuses on research conducted in the field of mentoring, leadership training, copyright infringements, self-esteem and academic performance, parenting,missions training and lay counseling.
Edition in Chief