Westminster Theological Seminary, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, and the Pastors’ Academy at London Seminary today announced the expansion of the Master’s (ThM) Program in London, UK. The renowned ThM program of Westminster in London will transition from Westminster to Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, under the auspices of which it will be expanded to offer three tracks of study: biblical studies, systematic theology, and historical theology.
Peter Lillback, President of Westminster Theological Seminary, comments on this transition: “We are pleased that the ThM program in London will be continuing and expanding under the leadership of Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary—a trusted partner of gospel ministry training.”
Joel R. Beeke, President of Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, says, “We trust that, by God’s grace, this newly established program, in addition to our PhD program in London, will stress both solid Reformed academic training and vital piety, and will serve to strengthen the church and the academy in unprecedented ways.”
The program will be served by the faculty of Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Westminster Theological Seminary, and partners such as Greystone Theological Institute.
Garry Williams, Director of the Pastors’ Academy in London, writes, “The ThM program will bring the deep, theological resources of Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary within reach of students in the UK, especially pastors seeking to enrich their preaching and teaching ministries. The program will immediately open up the range of theological disciplines that we can offer in London, including biblical studies, systematic theology, and historical theology. We are grateful to God for providing Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary as a generous and zealous partner for furthering the cause of theological training in the UK and beyond.”