School of Divinity named to Seminaries that Change the WorldNovember 20, 2013
Earlier this month, the Center for Faith and Service and Faith3 in Princeton, New Jersey named eighteen seminaries and divinity schools as Seminaries that Change the World. The purpose of this new resource is to highlight seminaries and divinity schools that are demonstrating innovation in theological education in promoting community engagement and social justice while preparing the next generation of religious leaders. The School of Divinity was named to this initial class of seminaries.
In its description of the School of Divinity, Seminaries that Change the World highlighted, “The School of Divinity takes seriously the reality of today’s global context and seeks to mirror that diversity within the student body and its programs. To meet the needs of an evolving church and world, the School of Divinity offers an ecumenical environment where students and faculty engage contemporary religious life with intentionality.”
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|Huffington Post Blog: “Seminaries that Change the World: A Growing List of Transitioning Institutions for Transformational Times”|
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