In a course on contemplative prayer, I assigned just six books—and we read them each twice.
At times, the cost of theological diversity is painfully clear.
Patrick B. Reyes reflects on the soils that have sustained him—and those that have poisoned him.
EDS students will earn Union degrees, and EDS appointed Kelly Brown Douglas as dean.
Chicago's Episcopal seminary goes all in on field education
Churches have long outsourced theological education. Now it's moving back.
Princeton Theological Seminary's farm grows food. But this isn't the main point.
Theological schools occupy a unique place within higher education. With relatively small enrollments and modest endowments, seminaries feel the cutting edge of change. Online learning, new degree programs, and nontraditional scheduling proliferate. And rumors abound that one school or another might shut down.