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    Seminaries With Good Distance Education

    I find myself with allot of free time lately and always have planned too do an MDiv. My question is does anyone know any good Seminary that have good distance ed. Id like to at least start work on a MDiv one class at a time. and may transfer to an actual campus later on. The two main things I'am looking for is a school with a good distance education and secondly a place that is reasonable priced, especially good distance ed.

    Ive been looking at a few, two that have stood out most are Covenant Seminary and Reformed Theological Seminary. The only problem with RTS is they don't seem to offer a MDiv through distance ed. Any suggestions?
    Justin Clarke
    Member of New Life Presbyterian Church (PCA)
    La Mesa, CA
    MA in Biblical Studies & Theology at Westminster Seminary California

    Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, Canada
    Living In San Diego

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    Since I see you are a Baptist, you could try:

    Reformed Baptist Seminary


    Midwest Center for Theological Studies: Owensboro, KY
    Although I don't think they offer an MDIV.

    Non Baptist there is also:

    The North American Reformed Seminary


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    RPTS: Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary


    Whitefield Theological Seminary - Home
    John Lanier
    Covenant Presbyterian Church (OPC) - LaGrange, GA
    Lanett, AL


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