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Reformed Theological Seminary

RTS Jackson Launches AALI

RTS Jackson is pleased to announce that AALI, the African American Leadership Initiative, was officially launched on Thursday, November 3, 2011. With RUF at JSU, Redeemer PCA, Mission Mississippi, Voice of Calvary Ministries, and New Horizons, RTS Jackson provides a unique context for multi-ethnic, urban, and African American ministry.  Partnering with these ministries and more, […]

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Gladd to Join RTS Jackson Faculty This Spring

RTS Jackson is pleased to announce that Dr. Benjamin Gladd will join the RTS Jackson faculty to teach New Testament starting this Spring semester.  He was officially approved by the Executive Committee on Thursday, November 3, and will be leaving his pastoral position at Apple Valley Baptist Church in California to join our faculty.   […]

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RTS/Charlotte Can Now Accept the GI Bill®

The North Carolina State Approving Agency has approved RTS/Charlotte for the enrollment of veterans, military and other eligible persons under the provision of Title 38, Section 3676, United States Code. This means that students who have served in the military, are able to receive GI Bill benefits for attending RTS/Charlotte. Interested parties should contact Holley […]

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New President Appointed for RTS/Washington, D.C.

The executive committee of the Reformed Theological Seminary Board of Trustees has appointed Professor Scott Redd, Jr., as the first president of RTS/Washington D.C., effective June 2012. Redd is currently an assistant professor of Old Testament and dean of students at RTS/Orlando. In addition to teaching at RTS/Orlando, Redd is a graduate of The College […]

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RTS Announces New MDIV Track for RCA Students

RTS is pleased to announce that there is a new RCA track available for MDIV students seeking ordination in the Reformed Church in America (RCA). The RCA requires all candidates for ministry who choose not to attend an RCA denominational seminary to enroll in their Ministerial Formation Certification Agency (MFCA). The new RCA track at […]

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RTS Elects New Chairman

(JACKSON, Miss.) May 17, 2011 – It is our pleasure to announce that the board of trustees at their meeting May 13, 2011, elected Mr. Richard Ridgway, Esq., as chairman of the board of Reformed Theological Seminary effective June 1, 2011. Mr. Ridgway follows Mr. James (Jim) Moore who served as chairman for 11 years. […]

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Derek Thomas Accepts Call, Will Continue to Teach

After nearly twelve years of knowing and working with Dr. Derek Thomas, our esteemed John Richards Chair of Professor of Practical and Systematic Theology, I have the sad task of announcing that God has led him and his wife, Rosemary, to leave Jackson for a new post. At the end of this academic year, they […]

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RTS Celebrates “Dr. K Appreciation Day” on May 4

RTS/Orlando President Dr. Don Sweeting announces May 4 as Dr. K (for Kistemaker) Appreciation Day for all of RTS.  Dr. Simon Kistemaker, a beloved senior faculty member of Reformed Theological Seminary, is retiring from his teaching ministry (for the second and final time) at the end of this semester on the Orlando campus.  Sweeting will […]

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RTS Foundation Appoints Atlanta Pastor For Planned Giving Position

  (JACKSON, Miss.) February 17, 2011 — Reformed Theological Seminary has appointed Dr. Donald (Chuck) Frost to a new position as the Special Assistant to the Chancellor for Planned Giving. He will join the RTS Foundation team assisting RTS friends with estate and gift planning. Dr. Frost has been the senior pastor of Westminster Presbyterian […]

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Read Dr. Donald Sweeting’s Inaugural Address to the RTS Community

Dr. Donald W. Sweeting was inaugurated as the fourth president of RTS/Orlando on Thursday, February 10, 2011, at 4:00 p.m. The ceremony was filled with sounds of bagpipes and drums, singing and guitar by Jeremy Casella of Indelible Grace, “Total Praise” was sung by the music ministry of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church in Oviedo, and the […]

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