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Kent Anderson: A mastery model for theological education

Northwest Baptist Seminary in Vancouver collaborated with its denomination and churches to create Immerse, an M.Div. program built on a set of outcomes that are learned and practiced in the church. In this Q&A, the president talks about the program and the process that produced it.

Central Baptist Theological Seminary

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Molly T. Marshall: Creativity, risk taking and seminary leadership

Under President Molly T. Marshall’s leadership, Central Baptist Theological Seminary has gone from near-collapse to being one of the fastest-growing seminaries in the country. In this interview, she talks about the hard decisions she faced and the importance of creativity and risk taking.

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According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, more than one million military veterans and their families are taking advantage of the Post-9/11 GI Bill to attend college.
Photo courtesy of Lance Cpl. Manuel F. Guerrero, U.S. Marine Corps, via Wikimedia Commons

Logan (Mehl-Laituri) Isaac: Reborn on the Fourth of July

A Christian combat veteran offers guidance for seminary professors whose students include veterans.

Christine Hong

Christine Hong, a Louisville Seminary adjunct professor, teaches her "Multifaith Perspectives on Global Displacement" class this spring. In July 2015, Hong will join Louisville Seminary's full-time faculty as assistant professor of worship and evangelism.
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Collaborating to train church leaders

A pilot course on global displacement created by the Presbyterian Mission Agency and Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary aims to address a disconnect between congregations and the national church.

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The growth of professional master's degrees and the use of technology to offer education in a variety of ways are changing theological education, according to a new study.
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Daniel O. Aleshire: Some theological schools and programs are growing

The professional master’s degree has been growing -- a trend that’s likely to continue, says the executive director of The Association of Theological Schools in an interview reflecting on a new report on theological education.

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