Sharefaith names list “Top 20 Theological Schools and Seminaries in the U.S.”
“Choosing where you receive your theological education is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. A school will influence your circle of acquaintances, your open doors, your future opportunities, your closest friends, your network alignments, your worldview, and your theological positions, not to mention the quality of your training. The sheer quantity and variety of choices can lead to analysis paralysis. In the following review, we have researched the top 20 theological schools and seminaries to provide you with a summary of the leading places for training. Each have their own strengths, weaknesses, foci, and constituency, but each one offers a choice for anyone who is aspiring to grow his or her knowledge of God and his Word.”
“D. James Kennedy, former pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, founded Knox Theological Seminary in 1989. He named the school after the 16th Century Scottish reformer, John Knox. John Knox is widely considered to be the founder of the Presbyterian denomination in Scotland, and the school has a decidedly reformed tilt, though it is not a denominational school. Although it is a newer school, Knox has already built a reputation for its solid faculty, including teachers such as R. C. Sproul, Michael Allen, and George W. Knight III. Knox is a top choice especially for those who are pursuing theological training from a Reformed perspective.”
If you are exploring God’s calling on your life, inquire today about the Knox residential and Knox Online program offerings. Team Admissions will be happy to answer any questions that may arise during your discernment process.
To see the Knox profile and full list of schools and seminaries, please visit the ShareFaith website.