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Reformed Theological Seminary

RTS Trustee Don Breazeale goes home to be with the Lord

Donald Glenn Breazeale, Sr. of Jackson died at home on November 12, 2015. He went to be with the Lord after battling cancer for a season. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Missye Rhee; and by his parents, Pearl and Forest Breazeale. He is survived by his wife, Betsy Ann; his children: […]

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Kevin DeYoung Appointed Chancellor’s Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at RTS

Reformed Theological Seminary is pleased to announce the appointment of Kevin DeYoung as chancellor’s professor of systematic and historical theology as of January 1, 2016.  Kevin will teach at RTS while he continues as senior pastor of University Reformed Church in East Lansing Michigan where he has been since 2004. The position of chancellor’s faculty […]

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Faculty Celebrate Ministry Milestones

2015 marks a year of milestones for many RTS Jackson faculty. Jim Hurley, Academic Director and Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy for the MFTC program, is celebrating his 40th year of ordination in the Presbyterian Church in America this year. Elias Medeiros, Professor of Missions, is also celebrating 40 years of ordained ministry. Dean of […]

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Gregory Lanier Appointed Assistant Professor of NT

(ORLANDO, FL) – September 17, 2015 – RTS has appointed Gregory R. Lanier the new assistant professor of New Testament at RTS Orlando beginning January 1, 2016.  Lanier earned a B.S. in Computer Science with a minor in business administration from UNC Chapel Hill, Morehead Scholar, Honors and Highest Distinction. He earned an M.Div. from RTS […]

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Four Inaugural Lectures at RTS Orlando

The 2015-16 academic year will witness the delivery of four inaugural lectures at RTS Orlando to mark the appointment of Dr. Charles E. Hill as John R. Richardson Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity and the promotions of Drs. James L. Coffield, Scott K. Coupland, and Scott R. Swain to the rank of professor. […]

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2015-2016 Inaugural Academic Lectures

The 2015-16 academic year will witness the delivery of four inaugural lectures at RTS Orlando to mark the appointment of Dr. Charles E. Hill as John R. Richardson Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity and the promotions of Drs. James L. Coffield, Scott K. Coupland, and Scott R. Swain to the rank of professor. […]

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RTS NYC Inaugural Convocation

The inaugural convocation of RTS New York City and the Redeemer City Ministry program was held September 10, 2015 at the facilities of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, in mid-town Manhattan. Speakers included Dr. Ligon Duncan, Chancellor and CEO of RTS, and Dr. Tim Keller, Founding Pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian and Chairman of Redeemer City to City. […]

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Carl Ellis Named Senior Research Fellow with AALI

Rev. Dr. Carl Ellis, Jr. has been named Senior Research Fellow with the African American Leadership Initiative (AALI) at RTS.  Ellis has guest-lectured, taught courses, and served as an AALI mentor at RTS Jackson.  On September 6, Ellis tweeted, “I couldn’t be more honored to be named Sr Research Fellow for African American Leadership Initiative” […]

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Three accredited MA degrees 100% online

Three Accredited M.A. Degrees 100% Online RTS Global presently offers three Master of Arts degrees: Master of Arts (Biblical Studies) Master of Arts (Theological Studies) Master of Arts (Religions) Each of these degrees is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools and can be earned 100% online. We also offer five different Certificate programs that […]

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Dr. Doug Kelly Retires

With deep appreciation for his labors in training ministers of the gospel, for his many years of faithful teaching and preaching, and for his invaluable commitments to the advancement of Reformed theology in the world today, Reformed Theological Seminary announces that Dr. Douglas Kelly will retire from his position as the Richard Jordan Professor of […]

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Tisby Appointed Director of AALI

Reformed Theological Seminary is pleased to announce the appointment of Jemar Tisby (BA Notre Dame ‘02, RTS Jackson MDiv ’15, JSU MA cand, SBTS PhD cand) as the first Director of the African American Leadership Initiative (AALI) at RTS Jackson and Special Assistant to the Chancellor. As Director, Jemar will be responsible for discipling students […]

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India and the Work of Presbyterian Theological Seminary of Debra Dup, India

With PowerPoint, video, and discussion, Dr. Ebenezer will introduce the history and the religious and social landscape of India and the work of Presbyterian Theological Seminary (PTS), Dehra Dun (India). When: March 17 at 7:00pm. Gourmet pizza will be provided. For food counting, RSVP to gsackett@rts.edu About Dr. Ebenezer  Dr. Matthew Ebenezer is an ordained […]

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Jemar Tisby Named to List of 15 Influential Black Evangelicals

Jemar Tisby, a fourth year MDIV student at RTS Jackson, has been named to the list of 15 Black Christian Leaders You Should Know, an article by Corrie Mitchell on faithstreet.com. Corrie Mitchell introduced her list by saying, “In honor of Black History Month, here is a list of black Christian leaders shaping the face […]

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EPC Jumper Scholarships Now Open

EPC Andrew A. Jumper Scholarships are now open for application. If you are an MDiv student in the EPC (Evangelical Presbyterian Church), you should apply by obtaining an application form with instructions from the Admissions Office. The deadline to apply is March 1, 2015.  Full criteria for applicants is as follows:  *Full-time (12 hours or […]

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New Director of Admissions and Recruiting Appointed

Dr. Michael J. Kruger, president of Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte, NC, is pleased to announce the appointment of Rev. Dave Latham to the staff of the Charlotte campus. Rev. Latham will serve as the director of admissions and recruitment beginning June 1st, 2015. Latham is currently a minister with Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) at […]

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