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'''Trinity Evangelical Divinity School''' (TEDS) is a Christian [[seminary]] based in Deerfield, [[Illinois]]. Its 2007 fall enrollment had over 1,200 students, making it one of the largest seminaries in terms of student body size.  It is part of Trinity International University<ref>See [http://www.tiu.edu/ TIU]</ref>and is operated by the Evangelical Free Church of America.  
 
'''Trinity Evangelical Divinity School''' (TEDS) is a Christian [[seminary]] based in Deerfield, [[Illinois]]. Its 2007 fall enrollment had over 1,200 students, making it one of the largest seminaries in terms of student body size.  It is part of Trinity International University<ref>See [http://www.tiu.edu/ TIU]</ref>and is operated by the Evangelical Free Church of America.  
  

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Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS) is a Christian seminary based in Deerfield, Illinois. Its 2007 fall enrollment had over 1,200 students, making it one of the largest seminaries in terms of student body size. It is part of Trinity International University[1]and is operated by the Evangelical Free Church of America.

The newly selected president of the university is Dr. Craig Williford (PhD '95), most recently president of Denver Seminary in Littleton, Colorado.


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References

  1. See TIU