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SR taught me critical analysis, refined my writing, and opened worlds to me.
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Southeastern is great if you want an academicOther
Southeastern is great if you want an academic education in order to prepare you for a PhD. However, if you are looking for a place to grow spiritually and become prepared for the ministry this is not the school for you. There is a huge focus on legalism, academics and baptist politics, but little time is spent on prayer, spiritual warfare or ministry preparation. I earned an MDiv with a 3.48 GPA so I could do the work, the problem is that all that effort did not prepare me for the ministry at all. My suggestion is that you look somewhere else.
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Elon is a clown college. Diploma mill and will do nothing for your future. Transfer or experience an epic fail.
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