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  • Location: Macon, GA
Blog Entry | Higher Education >
Q1:         What part of your own seminary educationwas most formative for you?LM1:    It was a long time ago, but I have to divideit up to two parts: My M.Div. studies, which at that time was a B.D., was agreat ethical awakening for me.  I…
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Preaching | Brett Younger | Thirty Minute Seminary
Brett Younger, Associate Professor of Preaching at the McAfee School of Theology at Mercer Universit…
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Worship | Thirty Minute Seminary | Dr. Karen Massey
Dr. Karen Massey, Associate Professor of Christian Education and Faith Development at Mercer Univers…
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Christian Faith, Moral Values and Public Service: Two Views from Capitol Hill
Mercer University's Center for Theology and Public Life sponsored a series of discussions with two y…
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During the months of my brother’s deployment, his email correspondence was often my sustenance during a string of bad days. What began as simple ‘catching up’ turned into much deeper conversations, with me furiously typing my faith struggles – those questions that abound in the fir…
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As I continue my look back series, having just graduated from seminary, I can’t help but think about the things I wish I’d known when I started, and things I started doing around my second year of full time study. For anyone considering a graduate program in theology (or otherwise),
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The Swilley Library Award of Distinction for Most Outstanding Academic Research went to Mark A. Wirtz, a Master of Divinity Student in the McAfee School of Theology for his paper entitled "Wrestling with Leviticus 18.22 and 20.13." AbstractLeviticus 18 and 20 are part of a larger narrative…
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When I was younger, my grandmother would babysit me when my mom had to work. Every morning when she dropped me off, I already knew the schedule for that day…because it was the same every day. The routine went exactly like this. As soon as I stepped inside, the smell
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Lindsey Summers had long brown hair, a huge smile, and big brown eyes. To my twelve-year old self, she had everything. There I was at my first middle school dance decked out in my finest khaki pants fresh from the husky aisle at the Duck Head Outlet. I stood in the