Theological School of the
Protestant Reformed Churches in America
4949 Ivanrest Ave SW
Wyoming, MI 49418
Phone: 616-531-1490 ~ Fax: 616-531-3033
Charles Terpstra, Registrar (email@example.com)
Judi Doezema, Secretary (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thou therefore, my son, be strong in the grace
that is in Christ Jesus. And the things that thou hast heard of me among many
the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also.
2 Timothy 2:1,2
Special Issue of The Standard Bearer (Jan.15, 2006)
devoted to the PR Theological School
QUOTE OF THE WEEK:
"Wherever we find the Word of God
surely preached and heard, and the sacraments
administered according to the institution of
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Notices - January 2018
The Seminary just completed its two-week holiday break and held its eight-day Interim course (cf. note below). The second semester will begin, D.V., on Tuesday, Jan.23; that schedule is now posted here and below.
Second semester classes begin for the seminary on January 23. If anyone would like to audit classes, the following classes are offered to auditors: Reformed Symbols (discusses the nature of confessions and includes a treatment of the Lord's Days/Articles of both the Heidelberg Catechism and the Belgic Confession); Dogmatics (Anthropology); and New Testament History (Passion week through the ministry of the apostle Paul). If you are interested in attending, please call the seminary (616-531-1490) as soon as possible to find out day and time the class you are interested in will meet.
Interim Course: The seminary’s interim course this year was “The Theology of John Calvin,” taught by Prof. R. Cammenga. Classes met from Monday, January 8, 2018 through Wednesday, January 17, 2018. Videos of the interim course on Calvin's Theology are being made available here. Follow the links below to watch the videos.
Prof. B. Gritters recently led an officebearers' conference on the Reformed practice of family visitation prior to a meeting of the PRC Classis East (Jan.9, 2018). The audio portion of this presentation is now available at Hudsonville PRC's Sermonaudio page. Although the subject pertains to the work of the elders particularly, it is of benefit to all officebearers and to those in the office of believer.
The November 2017
PRT Journal is now available in digital
and print form. The pdf, Mobi, and ePub versions are all available on the
Journal page and
print copies are available at Seminary or by mail. Those on our mailing should receive
theirs in the
next few weeks. Look for another issue filled with good Reformed articles - one on
Martin and Katie Luther, another on God's covenant as revealed in the
Psalms, and plenty of book reviews.
On Wednesday, Sept.20 Rev. Douglas J. Kuiper
was installed as the ninth professor in the history of the PRC Seminary.
The installation/convocation service was held in Faith PRC
(Jenison, MI) and led by Prof. Russell Dykstra, whom Prof.
Kuiper will be replacing in a few years. Prof. Dykstra preached from
I Corinthians 4:1-5 with the theme, "The Professor of Theology as
Faithful Steward." We rejoice in this provision of God for our seminary and
pray God's richest blessing upon this servant of Christ as he prepares to
assume his responsibilities as professor of church history and NT studies.
For more on this significant event,
visit this page on the PRC website. Prof. Kuiper is currently
working on his Masters degree from Calvin Theological Seminary.
The PRC Seminary, with help from Faith PRC's Evangelism Committee, held a two-day 500th anniversary Reformation conference the weekend of October 27-28 at Faith PRC in Jenison, MI. The speeches were live-streamed and recorded. The audio versions may be found on this page. A special website was also created for the conference. Find that at www.500thReformation.com. Below is the special flyer that was used to promote the conference.
Did you know that some of the Seminary courses that were taught and taped in the recent past are now being re-taught in the Philippines - by means of videos?
Our missionaries there (Revs.D. Kleyn and D. Holstege) conduct regular classes with ministers in the Manila area, and in February of 2015 started using the videos from Prof.B. Gritters' course on Catechetics (how to teach catechism to covenant youth) and his course on Poimenics (pastoral care) in these "7M meetings" (see picture below).
And now he has added Prof.R. Cammenga's classes on Anthropology (doctrine of man) from this past semester. Our missionary testifes to the great value of using these Seminary videos in this class.
For other Seminary news, visit the
section on the PRCA website.
For other Seminary news, visit the Seminary section on the PRCA website.
2017-18 2nd Semester
Schedule/Calendar (Cf. the Google
calendar below also.)
2017-18 2nd Semester Schedule/Calendar (Cf. the Google calendar below also.)
Special Seminary Notices
The Seminary-sponsored Conference commemorating the 450th anniversary of the Heidelberg Catechism was held the weekend of October 17-19, 2013 at Hudsonville PRC. For all the news, pictures, and links to the speeches from this wonderful conference, visit this "Seminary News" page on the PRCA website. For videos of the conference speeches, visit the Seminary's YouTube channel. And, for the full text of the speeches, see our latest PR Theological Journal, which features three of the HC lectures.