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Seminary Models for Multifaith Education

Twenty-eight percent of U.S. adults brought up in a religious affiliation have either switched or ceased religious involvement and 27 percent of married adults are in religiously mixed relationships. In response to the growing U.S. religious diversity, the Association of Theological Schools, a membership accrediting agency of schools that confer graduate degrees in religion and theology, launched a project to promote the equipping of Christian seminary students to offer pastoral care in multifaith settings. A handful of schools have already blazed trails. The fall 2011 issue of the association’s online journal, Colloquy, explores the context and initiative and highlights existing seminary programs that foster religious education in multifaith settings (Pages 2-9).



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