The main focus of this book is on gender differences in seminarians goals, religious practice and beliefs, and experiences as prospective ministers. Based on an in-depth and extensive study of one Presbyterian seminary in the mid 1990s, the book addresses the question of whether gender affects the experiences, beliefs, and practices of men and women who seek clergy careers.
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Barbara Finlay is Director of the Women's Studies Program, Texas A&M University.Review:
This book should stimulate lively discussion in both sociology of religion courses and women's studies programs. (Adair T. Lummis, Hartford Institute for Religion Research Sociology of Religion: A Quarterly Review)
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