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On the Vocation of Theological Educators

Doctoral studies, the gateway to teaching in seminaries and religion departments, often separate doctoral students from the vocational aspect of teaching ministry students. In response, Stephanie Paulsell and others have developed a program that encourages graduating religion doctoral students to reflect on why they are passionate about their subject, and why that should matter to others – notably, their future students. This process helps future instructors reintegrate their academic pursuits with their underlying, driving passions.

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Rose and Cal promote shared joy with religious humor across traditions

The first Ahead of the Trend in 2019 celebrates two couples who have never given up hope that understanding can make...

Disruption, Death and the Old Testament

The Old Testament has its roots in two great disruptions: the collapse of the Late Bronze Age geopolitical system and...

Great Faith Hand in Hand with Great Sleep, Says Study

 A strong faith could be the key to a good night’s sleep, according to a study released this week in the Journal...

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