“Only Connect”: Adventist Higher Education Outside North America

Editor’s Note: This editorial appears in the latest issue of Spectrum (volume 49, issue 3). If you’re not already a member of Adventist Forum, click here to join today and receive this issue.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://spectrummagazine.org/node/11394

Two observations:
First, this is a kind of reporting one could have read in one of our church papers such as the Adventist Review. My question: Did we learn any new information we didn’t already know?.

Second, language, I was told, is like an open door to a particular culture. It strikes me that all instruction is in English, which in a way is a blessing. However, the ability to talk to one another in one language means you can occupy one limited and cramped cultural space.

What language or languages do they speak here, here, and here??

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