Reformed Theological College
The role of the Reformed Theological College is to train men, having been called by God, for the gospel ministry. The course is three years and is based in purpose built facilities at 35 Knockbracken Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
The normal entry requirements are a college degree but in certain cirmcumstances this can be waived by Synod.
The college’s intake is every three years, the next being September 2015.
If you are a student from the Reformed Presbyterian Church you will receive a grant, have your fees paid and receive renumeration for placement. As you are under the care of presbytery they will be responsible for you.
Students from other denominations are welcome but will need to make their own financial arrangements.
College Secretary: Rev John Hawthorne
Address: 23 Hunter’s Hill Park, GILFORD, Craigavon, BT63 6TA Telephone: 028 4067 1414
More details on the college and the course are available in the prospectus.
Talks from the ‘Ministering for the Master’ day conference organised by the Reformed Theological College are also available.
2016 REFORMED THEOLOGICAL JOURNAL
INFANT BAPTISM AS A MEANS OF GRACE
by Robert L. W. McCollum
PREPARING TO PREACH ISAIAH
by Andrew Kerr
by Jonathan McCollum
NOT REFORMED AND NOT SAFE:
A SUMMARY CRITIQUE OF PAEDOCOMMUNION
by William M. Schweitzer
ON THE INFINITE EXCELLENCY OF GOD
by Jim Davison
Reformed Theological Journal
The Reformed Theological Journal is the publication of the Faculty of the Reformed Theological College and is published in November each year.
The Faculty is offering the Journal as a digital download in different formats free of charge.
Reformed Theological Journal .pdf format
Reformed Theological Journal, Kindle (.mobi), ebook (.epub), & pdf in one zip file
Reformed Theological Journal Contents Vol. 1-30. 1985-2013
Reformed Theological Journal Index Vol. 1-30. 1985-2013
Print copies of most previous volumes of RTJ are available for purchase. Contact the Covenanter Book Centre