Theological schools must use both sophisticated communication technologies and in-person teaching to effectively train pastors in the 21st century, says the former president of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.
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City Seminary students gather at Flushing library to read Scripture together before prayer walk. Courtesy of City Seminary
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