The Distinctives of RTS

Reformed Theological Seminary serves the church by preparing its leaders through a program of graduate theological education based upon the authority of the inerrant Word of God and committed to the historic Reformed Faith. We invite you to browse through our seminary website to learn more about the programs available at our various Seminary campuses and our Global Program.

Dr. J. Ligon Duncan III
Chancellor & CEO, John E. Richards Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology

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William A. Ross Appointed as Assistant Professor of Old Testament

Reformed Theological Seminary is pleased to announce the appointment of William A. Ross as Assistant Professor of Old Testament ... | Read More

Dr. James L. Harvey III Named Next Executive Director of RTS New York City

(JACKSON, MS) – July 3, 2018 – Chancellor and CEO Dr. J. Ligon Duncan III and the RTS Board of Trustees are excited ... | Read More

New Issue of Reformed Faith & Practice Released

Reformed Faith & Practice, the online journal of Reformed Theological Seminary, has just released vol. 3, no. 1. Feature ... | Read More

RTS Appoints Rev. Robert Arendale as Executive Director at RTS Houston

May 25, 2018 — Chancellor Ligon Duncan and the Reformed Theological Seminary Board of Trustees are pleased to announce a ... | Read More

RTS's Ministry & Leadership Team Wins Award

Reformed Theological Seminary is proud to announce that our Ministry & Leadership team was recently awarded the second place ... | Read More

What is an apostate?

Dr. Michael J. Kruger

What is apostasy and why is it important for Christians to understand? In this week's edition of the Wisdom Wednesday series, Dr. Michael J. Kruger, President and Samuel C. Patterson Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at RTS Charlotte, explains what an apostate is, what it isn't, and where our hope lies as Christians.

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Become a Partner with RTS

This year we celebrate 50 years of the Lord’s blessing upon Reformed Theological Seminary, even as we look forward in faith and hope to what is to come. The yearly cost of tuition for a full-time student is approximately $12,500 (though the actual cost to RTS is higher). More than 70% of current students need some level of financial assistance to alleviate this cost. Our students work hard, and not just in their studies. They often hold two or even three jobs in order to make ends meet. They are already sacrificing in order to prepare for ministry. We want to help them. Would you consider helping our future church leaders come to learn and grow at RTS by giving to the general scholarship fund?

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Visit a Campus Today

The best way to get to know RTS and what we may offer you is to visit a campus. Come see a campus, attend classes, and meet some of the students and spend time with faculty members. We have preview days at both the Orlando and Charlotte campuses twice a year and the Jackson campus and all of our extensions are happy to host you for campus visits at most anytime when classes are being held. We will plan a personal schedule of events for your visit. Just let us know when you wish to come.

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