[ UK /sˈɛmɪnəɹi/ ]
[ US /ˈsɛməˌnɛɹi/ ]
  1. a theological school for training ministers or priests or rabbis
  2. a private place of education for the young
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How To Use seminary In A Sentence

  • The Book of Lights traces the spiritual quest of two rabbis, Gershon Loran and Arthur Leiden, through their seminary studies and separate paths in the secular world.
  • Who can appreciate better than seminary students the incomprehensibility of God?
  • At his junior seminary in Cumbria, the outwardly pious enforced a regime of physical and sexual abuse.
  • When the call to religious life and priesthood made itself known to me, I moved directly to a Roman Catholic seminary.
  • Involvement in campus ministries was often the next step, typically at a denominational or private liberal arts college that sent substantial numbers of students on to seminary.
  • A leading layman in the Presbyterian Church, he held for years the post of honorary director of the Union Theological Seminary.
  • I spent one summer during seminary working nights in a factory that manufactured them. Christianity Today
  • The region's three three top spellers went head-to-head for four more rounds until Wyoming Seminary seventh-grader Benjamin Hornung was done in by "sorghum" - a type of grass or a syrup from the juice of a sorgo. Times Leader News
  • Traveling choral groups have been part of seminary's tradition since 1962, when the first men's "octet" began touring the country during the seminary's summer hiatus from classes. News from SVOTS.Edu
  • By His grace, Cherith Baptist Church was founded in 1958 by Rev. Maak Hay Chun, a young missionary from Hong Kong sent by the America Southern Baptist Seminary .
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