Interview: The New MA of Andover Newton Theological School and Hebrew College, By Stephanie Varnon-Hughes, Martin B. Copenhaver, and Daniel L. Lehmann

The Global Interreligious Leadership degree is designed to help current and future religious and communal leaders—clergy, educators, chaplains, and activists—develop the knowledge and skills to serve effectively in an age of unprecedented interaction among people with different beliefs and practices. Students in the program can be enrolled primarily at either institution, but will interact extensively with students in the parallel program at the other school, creating together a vibrant and lasting interreligious cohort.

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