Recently, Bart Ehrman, the country’s leading scholar of biblical unbelief, used his blog to argue that it is impossible to know whether the New Testament that exists today is the one that was written by the first-century authors. Atheists, Muslims, and...
ASK THE PROFESSOR September 6, 2017 – Lunch and Learn Dr. Sam Lamerson, President of Knox Theological Seminary, will host a special Lunch and Learn on Wednesday, September 6, 2017, from 12-1:00 P.M. Location: Fellowship Hall Bay D, Coral Ridge...
OUR MISSION – Knox is a seminary in the tradition of the Reformation that exists to educate men and women to declare and demonstrate the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
OUR VISION – Knox Theological Seminary will equip students from nations across the globe with the knowledge and skills needed to be ministry leaders in the Kingdom of God on Earth. The Knox education will be marked by its consistency with Reformational theology, theological depth, practical applicability in world-wide cultures, and evangelistic aim. The Seminary will provide online and residential courses to train students already actively engaged in a vocational or ministerial roles, as well as those interested in full-time residential studies. Knox students will be united by their affirmation of the Apostle’s Creed but come from diverse Christian theological traditions, and will desire to grow in their knowledge of God for the purpose of serving Christ by proclaiming the Gospel to unbelievers and discipling those who already believe.
OUR GOAL – To prepare leaders of the 21st century, emphasizing the application of Scripture to all aspects of our culture and providing them with excellent academic instruction, guidance in each student’s personal spiritual growth, and hands-on ministry experience.
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