The Clark Theological College exists to give sound biblical, theological and holistic training to Christian leaders with a view to disciple all nations to Christ.
It is thus committed to train pastors, teachers, evangelists, missionaries, and workers to serve the church in India and abroad who will preach the Gospel in the power of the holy Spirit with spiritual discernment, social sensitivity and cultural relevance within their own contexts.
Aims and Objectives
Clark Theological College seeks to achieve the following objectives:
- To provide a sound Biblio- centric theological education at University level with high academic standard.
- To produce men and women disciples to serve the cause of Christ in cross-cultural mission contexts both in the rural and urban areas.
- To develop sound pastoral ministry relevant to the political, social and cultural changes that are sweeping the Indian society in general and the tribal society in particular.
- To help the people re-evaluate their sense of value and their traditional structures in the light of the Gospel and the claims of Christ.
- To help maintain a sense of unity and co-operation among evangelical and ecumenical groups for a wider and more effective witness.
- To promote a research-oriented program of outreach to cross-cultural and pluralistic Indian society with special reference to inter-tribal context in North East.
Why To Join Clark Theological College, Mokokchung, Nagaland ?
- Christian denomination: The College teaches episcopal studies, Biblical traditions, sacramental and spiritual knowledge. It is very significant in the understanding of Christian traditions which would thereby assist in upholding the sovereignty of Churches and society. This contributes to Indian pluralism.
- Educational centers: It has facilities of Peace Library and Documentation Center, for learning, workshop, peace or research works, aided by publications and newsletters.
- Biblio-centric education: Dissemination of theological education to the ecumenical committees from rural and urban areas for them to serve the social and political religion scenario
Facts & Figures :-
|Foundation||Ao Baptist Churches Association (ABAM)|
|Sponsorship||Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC)|
|Student data||300 residential students of 30 different language groups|
|Library||33,000 volumes of the book in areas of philosophy, sociology and science|
|Centres||Clark Centre for Peace Research and Action (CCPRA)
Clark Communication and Cultural Research Centre (CCCRC)
Clark Centre for Leadership Development (CCLD)
|Affiliation||Senate of Serampore College (University) in 1984|
|Registration||Nagaland Society Act No. RS. 37.1974 under Government of Nagaland|
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