Book Thoughts #1: „The Captive Mind” by Czesław Miłosz

One of the reasons why I started this blog is to keep myself motivated to write down my thoughts after reading various books. Although these posts will not be reviews in a strict sense, they will include a brief summary of the book and some reflections on it. I do not plan, however, to give (usually?) a comprehensive evaluation of the book. 

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Why Seminary Should Be Less Practical

Every now and then I hear objections to the seminary model of theological education. Usually in one way or another they posit that seminary education is not practical enough. It is portrayed as detached from the real-life ministry and focused on the academic knowledge and theoretical subjects that are not immediately transferable to the pastoral ministry.

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