Seminary Launches Homemaking for Women A new course at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary for women only is homemaking. Women learn about cooking and sewing, raising kids and "God's plan for marriage." The school says the program prepares women for the most important job they may ever have: nurturing a family.
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RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good morning, I'm Renee Montagne.

At Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, this fall brings a new course of study for women students only - homemaking. Women can't study to become pastors at this seminary, one of the largest for Southern Baptists in the U.S. But they can learn about cooking and sewing, raising kids and, quote, "God's plan for marriage." The school says the program prepares women for the most important job they may ever have - nurturing a family.

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