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Encyclopedia > Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary

Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary is an conservative Presbyterian seminary in Greenville, South Carolina.


The current president of the seminary is Joseph Pipa.


The seminary offers programs such as:

  • Divinity Program
  • Master of Ministry for Ruling Elders
  • Master of Theological Studies
  • Master of Theology
  • Doctor of Theology

External link

  • Greensville Presbyterian Theological Seminary website (http://www.gpts.edu)

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