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Are theology students prepared for ministry?

Theologian Sarah Coakley became an ordained priest after a successful career in academia and what she experienced during her ministry made her acutely aware of the divide between learning theology and practicing it. In an interview and brief video clip, Coakley argues that divinity schools should integrate practical and systematic theology to benefit both disciplines and better prepare students for ministry. The interview is available on Faith & Leadership, an online resource from Leadership Education at Duke Divinity School. 

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