Whitefield Theological Seminary

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Whitefield Theological Seminary
Whitefield Theological Seminary logo.jpg
Type Seminary
Established 1980 (1980)
Religious affiliation
Reformed Presbyterian Church General Assembly
Location Lakeland, Florida, United States
Website seminary.reformed.info

Whitefield Theological Seminary is a conservative confessional classical Reformed seminary located in Lakeland, Florida. Courses of study are offered on-site at the seminary's Lakeland offices but primarily through distance-learning. The seminary's application form states that it "is not accredited by any agency under the guidance of the United States Department of Education, and that transfer of credit is left to the discretion of the receiving institution.[1] Its website states that "All degree programs are designed for use in conjunction with church-related ministries".[2] It derives its name from 18th century revivalist George Whitefield. The current president is Kenneth Gary Talbot.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Application for Admission". Whitefield Theological Seminary. Retrieved 26 February 2014. 
  2. ^ "Seminary History". Whitefield Theological Seminary. 

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