Preparing believers in Jesus Christ for Christian ministry since 1937

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Course registration for Spring 2015 will begin on December 5, 2014.

Study and Tour of Israel – January 2015

Open to all interested in Israel and the Bible!

An introduction to the geography, history, and archaeology of Israel.

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Faith Theological Seminary desires students who are committed to Jesus Christ. Students are required to read, understand, and respect our statements of purpose and faith. Faith Theological Seminary offers Bachelor of Theology, Master of Divinity, Doctor of Ministry, and Doctor of Theology degrees as well as a Certificate of Biblical Studies. Apply now for the Spring 2015 semester.

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Since 1937 Faith Theological Seminary (FTS) has faithfully trained men and women for Christian ministry in various cities: Wilmington, Philadelphia, and Baltimore. Since moving to Baltimore, MD in 2004, FTS has continued its tradition of teaching Christian leaders for the church of Jesus Christ through encouraging loyalty to the Christian faith as taught in the… Read more »

Seventy-Seventh Annual Commencement Invitation

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The Directors and Faculty of Faith Theological Seminary cordially invite you to the Seventy-Seventh Annual Commencement Exercises Saturday, May 24, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. Special Speaker: Rev. Dr. Robert J. Anderson, Jr. Senior Pastor of Colonial Baptist Church, Randallstown, MD President of the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware (SBC) Graduation Lunch at 12:00-1:00 p.m. Ruby Buffet,… Read more »

The [Ecumenical] Evangelical Theological Society

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By Dr. Stephen Hague – The [Ecumenical] Evangelical Theological Society, Eastern Region, 2014 meeting in Baltimore The present-future chasm between Interfaith Ecumenical Evangelicals, Post Conservative Evangelicals,Neo-Evangelicals, and Conservative Evangelicals As “Ecumenical Evangelical” is an oxymoron, “conservative Evangelical” is a redundancy. By definition, “Evangelical” historically included the idea of “not-ecumenical” (unless it meant to work for unity among the… Read more »