In 2018 I started searching for a divinity program that would support a nontheistic, secular humanist theological formation. I was looking for a curriculum and cohort that would guide, challenge, and hold me accountable for my theology/philosophy and its application through the work I wanted to do in the world. The program also needed to be practical. I didn’t have the luxury of leaving my paid work to attend school, and as a “non-traditional” student, I wanted a curriculum that would take my life experience and trajectory into account. Read full article.