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Baby Boomers Going to Seminary


man pensiveWhen the British Broadcasting Company was investigating a recent trend among older Americans’ desire for seminary education sparked by a Time magazine article, correspondent Johnny Dymon selected Northeastern Seminary as the focus for a short radio documentary. Interviews with Academic Vice President and Dean Doug Cullum, current student Mary Van Houten, graduate Bill Rabjohn, and prospective student Shawn Carey provided a window into the dynamic pull second-career people feel toward seminaries and on the decision process that incurs. Listen to the audio clip that recently aired in the United Kingdom on BBC radio.


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Baby Boomers going to Seminary school is a heart warming article! My hat is off to this group (as well as all) seminary students. I wish you God's speed!
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I doff my hat off for the article, Baby Boomers Going To Seminary.
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