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What The Public Really Thinks About Theology Schools

Are theological schools doing an adequate job impacting both church and society? Is there a public role for seminaries to play? A 1998 survey of diverse social leaders explores perceptions about seminaries, religious leaders and institutions, and how religious leaders are trained. Quotes from political, business, education, community service, and philanthropic leaders add nuance to the study’s conclusions. Find out what the public really thinks about theological education and the religious leaders that seminaries train in Missing Connections: Public Perceptions of Theological Education and Religious Leadership By Elizabeth Lynn and Barbara G. Wheeler published on the website of Auburn Seminary.

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