Anderson School of Theology

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Anderson School of Theology
Type Private, Christian
Established 1950
Affiliation Church of God (Anderson)
President John S. Pistole
Location Anderson, Indiana,
United States

40°06′46″N 85°39′51″W / 40.112771°N 85.664230°W / 40.112771; -85.664230Coordinates: 40°06′46″N 85°39′51″W / 40.112771°N 85.664230°W / 40.112771; -85.664230

Anderson University School of Theology is the graduate theological school affiliated with the Church of God (Anderson). It is a part of Anderson University and receives students from Azusa Pacific University, Bay Ridge Christian College, Gardner College, Mid-America Christian University, Warner Pacific College, Warner University, and other schools.


The school is mainly associated with the Wesleyan-Holiness tradition. It is an institution accredited by the Association of Theological Schools, and grants the following degrees:

  • Doctor of Ministry (D. Min.)
  • Master of Divinity (M.Div.)
  • Master of Theological Studies (M.T.S.)
  • Master of Arts in Intercultural Service (M.A.I.S.)
  • an online Master of Arts in Christian Ministries (M.A.C.M.).


The school was established in 1950 for the training of ministers in the Church of God (Anderson).


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