neat Posted March 4, 2014 Share Posted March 4, 2014 Hey guys! I'm in the process of researching and applying to grad programs in Philosophy of Religion and Apologetics and am really agonizing about the process. I'm interested in a multifaceted program, something that will touch on various fields like philosophy and theology. I have an interdisciplinary undergraduate degree (Civil and Social Structures) that focused on history, philosophy, and political science from the University of Oklahoma, and am currently working for an AmeriCorps education program. I am not yet completely sure what I want to pursue professionally- in an ideal world, I would love to write, but I am aware of the many hurdles to becoming a full time writer. I love academia and would perhaps be interested in teaching at the university or seminary level, but am hesitant about diving in to pursue that career path. I mention all this because I am looking for advice on any particular universities or programs that may be academically rigorous but perhaps general enough that it won't be professionally limiting. This may be a tall order, but I wanted to see if anyone had any input. I know the divinity schools tend to get a lot of love in these threads, but don't know much about them myself. I am relatively familiar with evangelical seminaries and have also researched non-seminary options like Houston Baptist University or the Talbot School, but wanted to know if anyone out there had any other advice for me. Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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