Seminary is not the average graduate school experience. Students will:
- write papers
- attend classes
- enter into great debates with fellow students and faculty
But seminary has the added dimension of influencing, at a profound level, your faith and relationship with God. It also prepares you for ministry, a profession which requires certain competencies in order to be effective, like law or medicine. It requires a wide array of disciplines, and some depth in each of them, in order to adequately prepare someone to help lead others in their spiritual lives.
So if it isn't the average graduate school experience, what can you expect?
We asked our students to tell us about the Phillips experience. We hope you enjoy learning about their learning experiences.