Seminaries and the ecology of faith
An interview with Daniel Aleshire
Daniel O. Aleshire was elected last year as executive director of the Association of Theological Schools. The primary purpose of the ATS, an organization of some 237 graduate schools of theology in the U.S. and Canada, is to improve theological education. An accrediting agency, it also offers programs and services to member institutions. ATS members represent a wide range of denominational affiliations and theological perspectives, including Protestant, Roman Catholic and Orthodox schools of theology, both university-related divinity schools and free-standing seminaries.
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