Master of Divinity

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Noun1.Master of Divinity - a master's degree in religionMaster of Divinity - a master's degree in religion  
master's degree - an academic degree higher than a bachelor's degree but lower than a doctor's degree
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The Master of Divinity (MDiv) at Saint Paul University may be for you.
Nicole Perone, then a master of divinity student at Yale Divinity School, sat on this panel alongside women from 10 different countries.
In addition she earned a master of Christian education, a master of arts in biblical counseling and a master of divinity from Luther Rice University.
She uses the material in a course for master of divinity students.
Shea Darian earned a BA in speech and theater from Iowa State University and a master of divinity from Garrett-Evangelical Seminary.
Liberty's Master of Divinity program, by contrast, requires only 72 hours and does not mandate study of ancient languages.
After graduating in 1996 with a Master of Divinity, Murdock had done so well that he was asked to work full time.
He has advanced degrees from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, the University of Iowa and a master of divinity degree from Saint John's School of Theology/Seminary.
Since the mid-1980s, approximately twenty-one new programs have been established that offer the Master of Divinity degree and are directed toward Baptist students in the South.
Over the next four years, David completed two Master of Divinity degrees and I had babies.
Olson, who graduated from LSTC in June with a Master of Divinity degree, is one of those students.
LaReau, in her book Getting a Life: How to Find Your True Vocation (Orbis Books, Maryknoli Press), views discerning our personal vocation as a life journey, as a "process of continuing conversion, of continually opening ourselves up to our deepest, most heart-felt desire, which is, ultimately, God's desire for us." LaReau, who has a Master of Divinity, explores her own life's journey, and in that telling gives proof of her main thesis--namely, that we never arrive, but are always travelling.

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