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Reformed Baptist distance Ed. programs

Discussion in 'Baptist Colleges & Seminaries' started by Jensen, Nov 24, 2004.

  1. Jensen

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    Anyone know of any Reformed Baptist distance/correspondance programs out there?
     
  2. Kiffen

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    Jensen, I know of the Founders Study Center at http://study.founders.org/intro.html

    It is a ministry of the SBC Founders ministry. It is however not a accredited Seminary but a mentoring type ministerial correspondence school that looks impressive.
     
  3. Dr. Bob

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    I'm working on some here in Casper. Our evening Bible Institute (NOT pretending to be a college, which is against the Law in Wyoming now) has offered a number of courses in the past 16 years and we are trying to figure ways of getting these on line.

    We are 1689 London Baptist Confession, although we do not use "Baptist" in the name.

    School - Rocky Mountain Leadership Institute
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    Church - Sovereign Grace Reformed of Casper
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  4. Broadus

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    Jensen,
    Obviously not Baptist, but Reformed Theological Seminary may be a close as you can find. Their online studies are accredited and RTS is highly reputable.
     
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    Whitefield Theological Seminary (http://www.whitefield.edu/) is reformed, although not Baptist. It claims some influential conservative Reformed thinkers among its alumni (e.g. George Grant, R.C. Sproul,Sr. & R.C. Sproul, Jr., Kenneth Gentry, George Scipioni, Joseph Morecraft, Francis Nigel Lee, Kevin Backus, Thomas Schirrmacher et. al.).
     
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    Whitefield Theological Seminary (http://www.whitefield.edu/) is reformed, although not Baptist. It claims some influential conservative Reformed thinkers among its alumni (e.g. George Grant, R.C. Sproul,Sr. & R.C. Sproul, Jr., Kenneth Gentry, George Scipioni, Joseph Morecraft, Francis Nigel Lee, Kevin Backus, Thomas Schirrmacher et. al.). </font>[/QUOTE]From what I've seen about Whitefield, it is very impressive in its requirements. If I were looking at distance education, I would have to give it a serious look.

    Bill
     
  7. PatsFan

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    [/QUOTE]From what I've seen about Whitefield, it is very impressive in its requirements. If I were looking at distance education, I would have to give it a serious look.Bill [/QB][/QUOTE]

    It does look impressive! I was surprised they offer one doctorate that does not require a major writing project though(DAR degree). I was also a little surprised that they aren't interested in TRACS accreditation. Seminaries that are against accreditation make me a little nervous.

    Tom
     
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    The best school in your case is Toronto Baptist Bible College & Seminary http://www.tbs.edu/
     
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