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    Hi everyone,

    What kind of jobs are available for people who study Religious studies / Theology. Learning about the worlds different beliefs and practices are a passion of mine. I am considering religious studies at Arizona State University. Any motivation / suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    Also a 10 years Active Duty Navy and currently pursuing my Yoga Teacher training.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vbear View Post
    Hi everyone,

    What kind of jobs are available for people who study Religious studies / Theology. Learning about the worlds different beliefs and practices are a passion of mine. I am considering religious studies at Arizona State University. Any motivation / suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    Also a 10 years Active Duty Navy and currently pursuing my Yoga Teacher training.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vbear View Post
    Hi everyone,

    What kind of jobs are available for people who study Religious studies / Theology. Learning about the worlds different beliefs and practices are a passion of mine. I am considering religious studies at Arizona State University. Any motivation / suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vbear View Post
    Hi everyone,

    What kind of jobs are available for people who study Religious studies / Theology. Learning about the worlds different beliefs and practices are a passion of mine. I am considering religious studies at Arizona State University. Any motivation / suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    Also a 10 years Active Duty Navy and currently pursuing my Yoga Teacher training.
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    Depends on how far you want to go educationally. A lot of professors of religion are still learning about all sorts of different faiths without deciding on any one on particular. However, it seems like a lot of time and expense to come from nowhere and end up nowhere. To come at it from the other way, you might be better off finding out what you believe in first, then going wherever that takes you. If you are looking for the Truth, the Truth will set you free, which includes setting you free from aimlessly wandering around in a spiritual wasteland--although we usually all spend some time in the wilderness along the way.

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