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Faculty members at theological schools are highly satisfied with their jobs. They are bidding higher for a select group of students. But those students are incurring far more educational debt than in the past. Those are among the conclusions of three studies. The studies, which were completed before the economic downturn, update conclusions drawn 10 years ago on the subjects of theological faculty, seminary financing and student debt. They contain much good news and much that will require further conversation and closer study.
Those who maintained the highest levels of religious commitment as adults adopted those habits earlier in life.
While more evangelical students enter seminary with only parachurch experience, some leave with denominational credentials.
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