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Returning to Seminary, with God

I just wrote about leaving seminary, and indeed I had. I wrote that I was losing my connection with God, that it was making me passive about racial justice because we were reading so much about it, and that it was also causing me to invest too much in my teachers, their work and their […]

Leaving Seminary with Najwa Zebian

I support Christian higher education. I have been a student at two and the last school NNU (Northwest Nazarene University) for two years. A record since the other time I was only enrolled for 2 quarters (Seattle Pacific University). I liked both of these schools but dropped out from both. In this post I write […]

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