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Keeping the Faith in Seminary,9780982753026

Keeping the Faith in Seminary

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9780982753026

ISBN10:
0982753020
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Pub. Date:
3/19/2012
Publisher(s):
INGRAM
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Religious life in America is changing rapidly. What does this changing landscape mean for seminary? Keeping the Faith in Seminary is a compilation of essays that address issues of theological formation and vocation for people who love God, the world and the church. Seminary graduates, professors and family members reflect on their experiences with humor, fondness, criticism, and, ultimately, hope for what seminaries can and should be in our ever-changing world.


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