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Bethel Seminary (DC)

One of two training centers of the Bethel Seminary of the East. Bethel Seminary of the East trains students in the dense populations of New England and Washington, D.C. These convenient teaching centers make seminary education accessible – allowing students to stay in their local communities and ministries.

Bethel University hold programs in existing churches to give students an opportunity to engage in mentorship and community building. Plus, the resources we would use on facilities are channeled right into developing our students.

Bethel University is affiliated with and supported by the congregations of the Baptist General Conference. Fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission—North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, the university is also a member of the Christian College Consortium.

Bethel University began in Chicago, Illinois as a seminary for Baptist immigrants from Sweden. John Alexis Edgren opened a department for Scandinavian theological students in the fall of 1871 in the basement of First Swedish Baptist Church in Chicago starting in 1871. The seminary merged with Bethel Academy in Saint Paul, Minnesota in 1914. In 1931 the Academy became Bethel Junior College. The addition of a four-year liberal arts college program created Bethel College and Seminary in 1947. The school relocated from St. Paul to Arden Hills, Minnesota in 1972. Beginning in 2004, the institution changed its name to Bethel University.

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Bethel Seminary of the East

Bethel Seminary of the East trains students in the dense populations of New England and Washington, D.C. These convenient teaching centers make seminary education accessible – allowing students to stay in their local communities and ministries.

Bethel University hold programs in existing churches to give students an opportunity to engage in mentorship and community building. Plus, the resources we would use on facilities are channeled right into developing our students.

Bethel University is affiliated with and supported by the congregations of the Baptist General Conference. Fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission—North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, the university is also a member of the Christian College Consortium.

Bethel University began in Chicago, Illinois as a seminary for Baptist immigrants from Sweden. John Alexis Edgren opened a department for Scandinavian theological students in the fall of 1871 in the basement of First Swedish Baptist Church in Chicago starting in 1871. The seminary merged with Bethel Academy in Saint Paul, Minnesota in 1914. In 1931 the Academy became Bethel Junior College. The addition of a four-year liberal arts college program created Bethel College and Seminary in 1947. The school relocated from St. Paul to Arden Hills, Minnesota in 1972. Beginning in 2004, the institution changed its name to Bethel University.

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Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary – Charlotte Campus

SEMINARY REVIEW – Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Main Campus (Hamilton)

Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (GCTS) in Charlotte, North Carolina exists to equip men and women who, as committed servants of Christ, are disciplined in mind, eager to learn, and sensitive to the needs of the world. Gordon-Conwell in Charlotte primarily serves students from the Southeast and its sought-after degree programs have attracted students from other U.S. States and each major continent.

Western-Seminary

Western Seminary

Western Seminary is an evangelical, theologically conservative graduate school institution with several campuses located in Portland, Oregon, San Jose and Sacramento, California. In addition, Western Seminary now offers programs that can be completed online which makes biblical seminary training accessible. Western Seminary currently offer graduate degrees in Divinity, Counseling, Intercultural Studies, and Theology along with its Doctoral Programs in Ministry and Missiology.

Western Seminary is a conservative evangelical insititution dedicated to ‘gospel-centered transformation‘. Western Seminary students come from large number of Christian denominations and non-denominational churches. Faculty of Western Seminary teaches a conservative and evangelical doctine. In addition, the whole seminary believes that the Holy Bible is God’s inerrant and infallible Word and set it at the center of Western Semianry curriculum.

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Denver Seminary

Located in Littleton, Colorado, Denver Seminary is an evangelical graduate-level institution that offers a wide range of degrees that are not typically associated with other accredited seminaries. Denver Seminary prides itself in its emphasis on training and mentoring as well as its rigorous academics which are combined with a steady dose of spiritual formation. Moreover, Denver Seminary has graduated over 4,500 students and currently serves more than 1,000 students coming from more than 50 denominations.

On July 1, 2009, Dr. Mark Young became the seventh President of Denver Seminary. He is a theological educator and a pastoral leader with more than thirty years of global ministry experience.

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Talbot School of Theology

Founded in 1952, Talbot School of Theology is an interdenominational seminary located in Southern California near Los Angeles. It is one of the seven schools that comprises Biola University. Talbot couples solid evangelical scholarship with intentional character development to prepare students for a lifetime of relevant, effective ministry. It is the purpose of Talbot to develop in the lives of its students a spiritual life which is in harmony with the great doctrines taught, in order that they may grow in the grace as well as in the knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Specifically, the goal is to educate and graduate students characterized by practical Christian service, missionary and evangelistic zeal and an adequate knowledge of the Scriptures.

Talbot currently offers degree programs in Master of Divinity, Master of Arts, Master of Theology, Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of Education and Doctor of Ministry. Moreover, Talbot is known for its conservative evangelical theology, especially related to the doctrine of Biblical inerrancy and premillennial dispensationalism.

Dr. Clinton E. Arnold serves as the current Dean of Talbot School of Theology. He is also the Professor of New Testament Language and Literature.

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Bethel Seminary – St. Paul, Minnesota

Founded in 1971, and now located in St. Paul, Minnesota, Bethel Seminary is one of the 15 largest recognized seminaries in the United States. Nearly 1,400 seminary students are enrolled through the main campus at St. Paul and San Diego and teaching centers in New England and Washington D.C. Guided by orthodox and evangelical beliefs with roots in Pietism, Bethel Seminary is guided by a high view of Scripture and focuses on obedient, personal faith. The St. Paul campus is the only residential campus, which is also the largest campus of Bethel Seminary that occupies 245-wooded acres, including a spring-fed lake. The seminary currently offers a variety of master of arts degree, a master of divinity degree, a doctor of ministry degree as well as graduate and post-graduate degrees.

Bethel Seminary is affiliated with Converge Worldwide (Baptist General Conference) although it serves students from more than 50 denominations. The Seminary operates within Bethel University and the current president is James (Jay) H. Barnes III. He has repeatedly listed Pietism among the distinctive influences on himself.

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Asbury Theological Seminary – Main Campus

Founded in 1923, Asbury Theological Seminary is one of the largest evangelical, multidenominational graduate institution that offers a variety of master degree and postgraduate degree programs through the schools of Biblical Interpretation and Proclamation, Theology and Formation, Practical Theology, World Mission and Evangelism and Postgraduate Studies. Asbury Theological Seminary is not affiliated with any one denomination but stands firmly in the Wesleyan tradition. The seminary graduates more United Methodist pastors than any other divinity school, a testimony to the appeal of its conservative doctrinal positions. Today, Asbury Theological Seminary enrolls a total of nearly 1,600 students, representing nearly 100 denominations and 29 countries. Committed to vital evangelical Christian Faith, Asbury Theological Seminary is rooted in the Wesleyan-Arminian theological doctrine.

Dr. Timothy C. Tennett is the current president of Asbury Theological Seminary who has served since July 2009.

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Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS) is one of the largest evangelical Christian seminaries in the world and the educational seminary of the Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA). Located in Deerfield, Illinois, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School enrolls more than 1,200 graduate students in professional and academic programs, including more than 150 in its Ph.D programs. At the center of this school is the Master of Divinity program, preparing pastors, teachers, and missionaries for many kinds of service.

At present, Tite Tiénou is the Dean of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and the professor of Theology of Mission.

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Dallas Theological Seminary

Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS) is one of the largest conservative evangelical seminaries in the world with more than 70 denominations represented. Located in Dallas, Texas, the seminary has more than 14,000 alumni from over 100 countries serving the world. The seminary was founded by Lewis Sperry Chafer and W. H. Griffith Thomas in 1924. It has grown to have extension campuses in Atlanta, Austin, Guatemala, Houston, Knoxville, Philadelphia, San Antonio, Washington, D.C., and Tampa. DTS offers degrees in Master of Theology, Master of Arts, Doctoral Programs and Non-professional degrees. With past presidents including John Walvoord and Charles Swindoll, the seminary has been known for many years as the academic center of dispensationalism.

Dr. Mark L. Bailey succeeded Dr. Chuck Swindoll and assumed the Seminary’s presidency in 2001. Aside from being the president of Dallas Theological Seminary, Dr. Bailey is the professor of Bible Exposition and is thoroughly committed to upholding the seminary’s commitment to dispensationalism.