New Resource for Comparing Seminary Cost, Affiliation, and More

By on June 5, 2012

Finding the right seminary can be a long and frustrating process. It can take weeks to compile a list of potential schools and then research the affiliation, cost, and other vital details of each one. That is why Church Relevance recently created a new resource to make this initial process of finding and comparing seminaries Read More...


Seminary Learning Redefined

By on May 24, 2010

When I began my online seminary degree three years ago, I was a bit hesitant because I feared that the substance that the final degree “ the actual paper I would receive “ might not be as ‘weighty’ in the minds of those who had received a traditional degree from a brick and mortar institution.I Read More...


Why go to seminary?

By on August 19, 2009

This guest post is by Daryl Eldridge, President of Rockbridge Seminary. Seth Godin wrote an interesting piece about education at the crossroads today. And he raised an interesting point: School was the big thing for a long time. School is tests and credits and notetaking and meeting standards. Learning, on the other hand, is ‘getting Read More...



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Tips for Taking Virtual Classes

By on February 23, 2009

Last semester, I decided to go to school part-time, and took up a thirty-hour-a-week job to help us out financially. I wanted to do a few classes at the same time to keep moving forward with my studies, and ended up doing one class on campus and two virtual classes. It was a very rough Read More...




Seminary in China

By on November 26, 2007

I read an encouraging article today about how Dallas Theological Seminary is webcasting seminary classes into China WITH the government’s support. I was blown away by the news. Seriously… an evangelical, Christian, seminary given permission to teach Chinese students… in China. Praise God! Thoughts? Read More...