Faith Theological Seminary

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Faith Theological Seminary
Established 1937
Type Seminary
President Norman J. Manohar
Location Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Website http://www.faiththeological.org

Faith Theological Seminary is an conservative, evangelical Christian seminary founded in 1937[1] in Baltimore, Maryland. Originally located in Wilmington, Delaware, it moved to Philadelphia in 1952, then to its current location in Maryland in 2004.[1] It was founded amidst the Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy by Carl McIntire and Allan MacRae, who served as its first president.[2] It is currently in candidacy for accreditation by the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools.[3] The current president is Norman J. Manohar.

Notable alumni[edit]

Degree Programs[edit]

  • Bachelor of Theology (B.Th.)

Bachelor of Theology (B.Th.) is a four year academic degree (120 credit hours) for persons interested in completing an undergraduate degree that will increase their knowledge and effectiveness by developing a more complete biblical and theological understanding.

  • Master of Divinity (M.Div.)

The Master of Divinity (M.Div.) is a three year professional degree program designed to train men and women preparing to serve Christ in Pastoral and other Christian ministries.

  • Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.)

The Doctor of Ministry degree is the highest professional degree for those engaged in local church ministries, world missions, and similar ministries. Students in the D.Min.

  • Doctor of Theology (Th.D.)

The ideals of our Th.D. encompass the view that the best tools for such vocations develop through training in Biblical Hermeneutics, Biblical Theology, Biblical History, and Biblical Exegesis.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "The Design and History of Faith Theological Seminary". Retrieved January 27, 2012. 
  2. ^ a b "Allan A. MacRae Papers". PCA Historical Society. Retrieved January 4, 2011. 
  3. ^ "About FTS". Retrieved January 4, 2011. 
  4. ^ Wenig, Scott (November 2010). "A Man for All Evangelicals". Christianity Today 54 (11): 50. 
  5. ^ Todd Hertz (June 1, 2002). "Influential Teacher and Leader Kenneth Kantzer Dies". Christianity Today. Retrieved January 27, 2011. 

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Coordinates: 39°22′19″N 76°36′22″W / 39.37194°N 76.60611°W / 39.37194; -76.60611