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Author Topic: Divinity schools/theology degrees  (Read 6707 times)
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« Reply #8: April 23, 2011, 07:40:04 am »

I did a search but didn't turn anything up (my search-term mojo has been off lately, though, so apologies if I missed a prior thread).

Has anyone here who follows a non-Abrahamic faith/religion/deity chosen to attend divinity school or get any kind of theology degree? Have you thought about it? Has it ever appealed to you?

This has been rattling around in my brain all week, and I'd enjoy hearing others' thoughts. Thanks!

I've thought about it.  It's not practical in my life right now - and I'm not sure I'd actually get what I want from the program, which is a good chunk of why I haven't remotely pursued it.

But I'd love to know more about how religion works, how to help people through religious means .... y'know, if I was infinitely rich and had infinite amounts of time to do everything I wanted to do. Tongue
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