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Discussion in 'Baptist Colleges / Seminaries' started by crusader1611, Jan 24, 2005.
Actually, more so than colleges, are there any Seminaries that y'all can recommend?
Detroit Baptist Seminary is probably a reasonable choice, as they are somewhat 'Reformed' and Calvinistic.
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louville Kentucky is pretty much Reformed. It is the flag ship of the SBC seminarys yet somehow became reformed.
Also, a new seminary is starting up near Austin, TX, Providence Theological Institute. It is just beginning so won't get accrediation for probably five or more years (if that matters to you). It will be strongly Reformed Baptist of the New Covenant Theology slant (if that means anything to you). Check out the website
or click here www.ptitx.org
A large number of the SBTS faculty, including the president and the dean of the School of Theology, is reformed.
Also, the Assistant Dean of the School of Theology the head of the NT department, one of the newer Greek Profs, at least one church music prof, at least one History prof and at least one of the counseling profs.
I know because they go to the same church I do, and it is a reformed church.
Is one of those professors Tom Nettles?
Most definitely. BTW, Dr. Nettles is featured on the new DVD "Amazing Grace: The History and Theology of Calvinism": http://www.founders.org/fpress/gracedvd.html .
Although Dr. Nettles is reformed, he wasn't the church history prof I was talking about. I would recommend anything by Dr. Nettles. I've had him for Church History I and II and will try to get into anything he teaches in the future.
Reformed Baptist Seminary
Mid-American Reformed Seminary
Reformed Theological Seminary