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The Master of Divinity (MDiv), Master of Arts (MA), Master of Theology (ThM), and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD).
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The William Perkins Library at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary is a growing library that focuses on historic reformed doctrine, but endeavors to represent the varied views of the wider Christian church.
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PRTS seeks to maintain high standards of integrity in all areas of life, including academic work, ministry, and church and community relationships.
The seminary has a welcoming committee that helps students find suitable accommodations for their time in Grand Rapids.
Qualifying students can make use of an on-site food bank to obtain free groceries.
The Student Society is a student-led campus group enriches students’ lives while they attend PRTS. Students are encouraged to actively participate.
The seminary’s Scholarship Fund collects funds to be distributed as scholarships for students demonstrating financial need and academic potential.
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The library provides access to research materials on church history and systematic theology, with special focus on Reformed theology and Puritan spirituality.
Housed in the main seminary building, our bookstore is an excellent source for used Reformed literature.
The Puritan Reformed Journal (PRJ) is the biannual theological journal of the seminary which provides biblically grounded, historically informed, Reformed, experimental theology.
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