Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary

Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary

The front doors of PRTS
Established 1995[1]
Affiliation Heritage Reformed Congregations and the Free Reformed Churches of North America[2]
President Joel Beeke[3]
Location Grand Rapids, MI,  United States
42°59′04″N 85°35′48″W / 42.984327°N 85.596544°W / 42.984327; -85.596544Coordinates: 42°59′04″N 85°35′48″W / 42.984327°N 85.596544°W / 42.984327; -85.596544
Website http://www.prts.edu

The Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary (PRTS) is a conservative Calvinist seminary located in Grand Rapids, Michigan.[4][5] The president is Dr Joel R Beeke.

The seminary's publishing house, Reformation Heritage Books (RHB), operates within PRTS and has a bookstore on-site.[6] Soli Deo Gloria Publications is an imprint of Reformation Heritage Books, and reprints works from the English and American Puritans.[7]

In February 2014, PRTS became fully accredited by the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada.[8][9]

External links


  1. History and Mission
  2. About PRTS
  3. Faculty
  4. "Seminary expansion blazes future 'path'", Gary W. Morrison. The Grand Rapids Press, Dec 25, 2004.
  5. "Gezonde bevinding hoort in een Bijbelse preek" [Healthy belongs in finding a biblical sermon]. Reformatorisch Dagblad (in Dutch). 2008-10-17. Retrieved 19 February 2010.
  6. "Reformation Heritage Books". Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary. Retrieved 2016-09-29. Housed in our main seminary building, Reformation Heritage Books (RHB), a non-profit ministry that serves as our seminary bookstore, is an excellent source for Reformed and Puritan literature.
  7. "Reformation Heritage Books - About Us". Retrieved 2016-09-29. Soli Deo Gloria Publications began publishing works from the English and American Puritans in the 1980’s and has reprinted more than 250 different titles since that time.
  8. "Accreditation". Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary. Retrieved 3 March 2014.
  9. "Member Schools". ATS. Retrieved 23 August 2014.

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