It's Time to Register at PRTS!

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JOwen

Puritan Board Junior
Friends,

As the Fall Semester is fast approaching, I would like to take some time to recommend to all the Seminary Seekers out there to take a long and hard look at PRTS.
PRTS began in May in 1995 and has since developed into the best seminary in the Puritan vein found anywhere in the world. With the worlds largest antiquarian Puritan library, and many of the best Professors and Pastors the Reformed world has to offer, it is a wonderful place for spiritual growth and ministerial training.
The cost is low ($120.00/per credit hour). It offers 3 programs of study, the M.A.R, M. Div, & the Th.M. It is accredited with ARTS, and has been permitted by both federal and state governance to accept study students from forign countries.

PRTS is situated on several acers in Grand Rapids, with a beautuful New England style biulding. 2965 Leonard Street, N.E.

I would encourage all members of this board to consider this school if you desire to walk in the Old Paths, and learn the art of Reformed Experiential preaching.
Please feel free to use my name when making inquiries.

Grand Rapids, MI 49525
Phone: 616-977-0599
Fax: 616-285-3246
Email: [email protected]

Kind regards,
Rev. Jerrold H. Lewis
Th.M Candidate, PRTS
 

dannyhyde

Puritan Board Sophomore
Jerrold,

I just sent my application and accompanying materials in for the Th.M. program. I look forward to learning from Robert Kolb on Lutheranism, Carl Trueman on Forerunners of the Reformation, Sinclair Ferguson on the Westminster Assembly, and Robert Godfrey on Dutch Reformed History (he never taught this course at Westminster when I was there). As well, I look forward to working with Dr. Beeke on my thesis on the absolution in historic Reformed liturgy.
 

JOwen

Puritan Board Junior
Jerrold,

I just sent my application and accompanying materials in for the Th.M. program. I look forward to learning from Robert Kolb on Lutheranism, Carl Trueman on Forerunners of the Reformation, Sinclair Ferguson on the Westminster Assembly, and Robert Godfrey on Dutch Reformed History (he never taught this course at Westminster when I was there). As well, I look forward to working with Dr. Beeke on my thesis on the absolution in historic Reformed liturgy.

Hey, same program I'm in. Hope to run into you there some time!
 

3John2

Puritan Board Freshman
I hoping to attend PRTS in about 2 years...maybe 3. Those of you attending are SO SO blessed. :book2: By the way what are the 7 languages Bilkes knows? I saw the DVD & I am thinking English, Dutch, Greek, Hebrew, & after that I'm wondering perhaps Latin & Aramaic & perhaps German as well? I thought 4 or 5 languages was good...very inspiring. :book2:
Also what is the average class size?
 
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