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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.
     
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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.
     
  5. paidagogos

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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.).
     
  6. Broadus

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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
     
  8. European

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