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Reformed Theological Seminary
Reformed Theological Seminary (RTS) is a non-denominational, Protestant seminary dedicated to training leaders in the evangelical church (especially its Presbyterian and Reformed branches) to be pastors, missionaries, educators, and Christian counselors. It maintains a belief in the inerrancy of the Bible and generally follows Calvinist tradition, including covenant theology. It offers the following academic degrees:
- Master of Divinity (M.Div.)
- Master of Arts (M.A.) in Religion, Biblical Studies, Theological Studies, Missions, Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy and Counseling, Christian Thought, and Christian Education.
- Master of Theology (Th.M.)
- Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.)
RTS has campuses in Jackson, Mississippi, Orlando, Florida, Charlotte, North Carolina, Atlanta, Georgia, and Washington, DC. As of 2005, the Atlanta and DC campuses are satellite institutions under the academic dean in Orlando and do not offer the M.Div degree.
Current and past faculty members include Harold O. J. Brown, Steve Brown, Steven L. Childers, John Frame, Mark Futato, Chuck Hill, James B. Hurley, Frank James, Reggie Kidd, Simon J. Kistemaker, Charles S. MacKenzie, Richard L. Pratt, R. C. Sproul, and Bruce Waltke.
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