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Erskine Seminary announces Greenville campus expansion

Erskine Theological Seminary, a fully accredited seminary with 180 years of history in theological education, announces the expansion of its Greenville extension site.

Classes in theology, Bible, church history and practical ministry will be offered in the seminary’s newly renovated campus located at The ARP Center, 918 S. Pleasantburg Drive, 29607.

Three classes are being offered this fall 2017 semester:

Systematic Theology I (ST 601), taught by R. J. Gore, DMin, PhD, on Thursdays (from 6-9PM) beginning August 24.
Introduction to Old Testament (OT 501), taught by George Schwab, PhD, on September 1-2 & 22-23, October 13-14, November 3-4 (Fridays 7-10PM, Saturdays 9AM-5PM)
Introduction to New Testament (NT 601), taught by Lloyd Melton, PhD, on September 16, October 7 & 28, November 18, December 9 (Saturdays 9AM-5PM).

Classes can be audited or taken for credit towards three graduate-level degrees: Master of Divinity (MDiv), Master of Arts in Theological Studies (MATS), and Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry (MAPM).

Erskine Theological Seminary is the seminary of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. Celebrating its 180th anniversary this year, Erskine Seminary is proud of its numerous alumni serving churches and ministries in downtown Greenville, throughout the Upstate and around the world. Students with Erskine’s accredited degrees have moved on to graduate work at many of the world’s leading academic institutions.

To learn more or register for a class, contact Robin Broome, Director of Recruitment and Enrollment:, 864.379.6571

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