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Presbyterian pastor Ligon Duncan has listed out some of the biggest threats facing Christians seminaries in America, from unbelief to a lack of Biblical understanding in students. Duncan, who is the chancellor of Reformed Theological Seminary in Mississippi, said in a video published on YouTube on Tuesday that one of the main threats facing theological education today is the undergraduate debt crisis. In , the book Goodbye, Good Men by Michael Rose was published. This book documented the almost unbelievable perversion and debauchery of the seminaries of the Vatican II/Novus Ordo “Church.” The corrupt seminaries produced the “priests” who, in . Our moment is one of crisis upon crisis. We are at a turning point historically and while we cannot simply return to ‘normal’, a growing number of people do not want to. Cynthia L. Rigby is The W.C. Brown Professor of Theology at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Austin, Texas. She is the author or editor of 19 books most. While seminaries may be better today than in decades past, decadence is still there. In his provocative book, Goodbye! Good Men, Michael S. Rose notes that, following the Second Vatican Council, seminaries became liberal forts for deep-seatedly homosexual men. His claim is that the homosexual cabal would screen and kick out any “orthodox” men.

  The evangelical church is in a crisis today. Some see it as teetering on a precipice, its demise merely decades away unless severe counter-measures are taken. The overt pragmatism, separation of “religious truth” from “real truth,” and marginalization of the Lordship of Christ and the authority of scripture are a large part of the reason for this crisis.   Go to the source. Call seminary faculties. Talk to seminarians. The good men are still in the seminaries. And we are radically committed -- radically meaning we're gonna give our all to our vows, to our promises, and we are going to be the best priests that we can be. And live the mystery that we celebrate, which is the Lord's cross. ROME () - According to the most recent data, the vocations crisis is worst in Europe while the overall number of priests in the world has the reasons vary by. From to , the total number of U.S. seminarians dropped f to 4, ( Catholic Almanac). In , there were approximately seminaries and religious houses of formation in the U.S. that educated future priests. In , 32 seminaries closed. By , 74 more seminaries closed their doors. By , only seminaries remained ( seminaries/houses of formation had.

  Behind every crisis we read about in the news lurks a moral crisis—a crisis of goodness. To properly address these issues, Pastor Jonathan Dodson thinks we must be formed as people of moral goodness. In this wise and practical book, Dodson takes us back to the Beatitudes, examining each teaching in the context of the new morality in our society today and presenting a .   When I was in the seminary, it was one of the worst seminaries in the nation. is when our seminary was at its absolute worst; I started in ‘ It was getting slightly better. But these people were so arrogant. I should point out when I was in the seminary if you were not homosexual or a radical feminist you were in big trouble.   The crisis is not at the level of our lexicon, but of our lives and a failure to embody the gospel we preach. We may debate whether the word “evangelical” can or should be redeemed. But what we must deal with is the current bankruptcy many associate with evangelical life. ABOUT THE BOOK In Corona Crisis, professor Mark Hitchcock will share how the current coronavirus outbreak is related to the vivid, end-time biblical prophecies about plagues, pestilence, and pandemics. Jesus listed "pestilences in various places" as a sign of his coming (Luke ).