Contact: Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Dr. Adriaan C. Neele, Director Doctoral program [email protected]
Grand Rapids, MI — Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary (“PRTS”) has announced the launch of a Doctor of Ministry degree program.
In addition to the PhD program in Biblical Studies, Historical Theology, and Systematic Theology, the DMin degree program in Homiletics is a highly anticipated program led by Dr. Joel R. Beeke and others, which commences August 2021.
Joel R. Beeke, President of PRTS, says, “We trust that, by God’s grace, this newly established Doctor of Ministry (DMin) degree program in Homiletics will stress both solid Reformed academic training and vital piety, and will serve to strengthen the church and the academy in unprecedented ways.”
The Doctor of Ministry degree program is developed for those who have a passion for preaching, are gifted communicators, have a minimum of three years of pastoral ministry, and show promise in their local and regional ministry of teaching, homiletics, and preaching. Those interested may apply now, as the DMin at PRTS, scheduled to begin in fall 2021, is a four-year program designed for those who desire to advance their ministry skills, particularly in preaching and homiletics.
About Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary
Founded in 1995, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary is an accredited educational institution for granting the MA, MDiv, ThM, and PhD degrees. Its mission is to prepare students worldwide to serve Christ and His church through biblical, experiential, and practical ministry. The seminary has approximately 225 students, ten professors, twenty well-known scholars as adjunct faculty, and a support staff of twelve.
Disclaimer: PRTS has filed a petition for accreditation of the DMin degree program with the Association of Theological Schools.