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Seminarians, Seminaries, and the American Spiritual Landscape

Posted on : May 20, 2013

By Frederick W. Schmidt, director of spiritual formation and Anglican studies, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University

Among the challenges that Protestant seminarians will face as they begin their studies are the fundamentally different impulses at work in the world into which they are entering.

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