Hear ye!! Hear ye! Hear ye! This is going to light up this section of the BB like it has not been in a long time. I pride myself, possibly too much, on being one who "is in the know!" Just got word this morning that Anderson University, SBC in South Carolina, has just started a DMin degree in Preaching that is only 77, count them 77 hours long total. It is built on their own 42 sem hour Master of Ministry degree. The Doctor of Ministry is 35 hours on top of that making the DMin a total of 77 semester hours of work, if I have done the math correctly? Here is the web page: http://www.auministry.com/cms/Academic-Programs/Program-Overview I really want to hear from all of you out there who have a DMin based on the 90+ hour Master of Divinity. Does this move cheapen the whole theological educational enterprise? Is the MDiv going, going, gone? This really is a "game changer" in my mind. What say ye everyone? :BangHead: "That is all!" PS I also understand the North Greenville is going to do/has done something similar?!!