I don’t seem to be leaving Christianity any time soon lol. I enjoy learning more and more about it, and I do enjoy apologetics. Having formal training in seminary would be very useful. I would wait until after I finish university, then go into seminary for either a Master’s of Bible Studies or Master’s of Apologetics.
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This is something I’ve considered, although I currently don’t have any plans of actually doing it. I’m probably going to be in ministry in the future, and a solid education would help that greatly. There are online seminary programs that do seem to be accredited, and they’re relatively cheap as well. With accelerated online programs I could have a Master’s of Bible Studies in about two years. But that’s a long period of time, which explains why this isn’t a concrete goal. First I’m getting my Bachelor’s of Science in computer science then starting (hopefully) my career.