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Knox Theological Seminary

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Distinctives

Knox prepares leaders to minister in a 21st-century context by emphasizing the application of Scripture to all areas of life, providing exceptional academic instruction, in the tradition of the Reformed faith, as well as guidance for spiritual growth. Students from other evangelical perspectives are encouraged to apply and are heartily welcomed. Attention is directed to the inner life of the pastor/teacher as well as an emphasis on community, blending the theoretical and practical in an urban environment. Knox seeks to become a blessing to the city where God has placed them, bringing spiritual, cultural, and community renewal to South Florida as well as around the world through Knox Online.

Faculty

Knox’s 35 full-time, adjunct, and visiting instructors give students enrolled in its four degree programs instruction designed to “train the mind and nurture the heart.” The Knox faculty features some very gifted younger scholars and several of the nation’s leading theological minds.

Accreditation

Knox received accreditation in 2003 through the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada. ATS accreditation is recognized by the United States Department of Education and the Commission on Recognition of Postsecondary Accreditation for the accreditation of graduate professional theological education.

Programs

Knox currently offers four approved degree programs:

  • Doctor of Ministry
  • Master of Divinity
  • Master of Arts (Christian and Classical Studies)
  • Master of Arts (Biblical and Theological Studies)

Online Programs

Meeting you where you are in ministry–Knox Online offers two master’s degrees that can be completed fully online:

Doctor of Ministry Programs

Knox also offers four certificate programs:

Graduates

Knox seeks to train both the mind and heart–to integrate solid Biblical, historical, and practical theology with true spirituality, enabling students to become leaders of church and society. This dual commitment to mind and heart is evidenced in graduate surveys showing that students leave Knox “more theologically conservative” and with a “stronger faith.”

Knox graduates serve as pastors, professors, Christian educators, counselors, evangelists, missionaries, and lay-leaders. Fully 66 percent of Knox graduates report that after studying at Knox their theological position shifted and became “more conservative,” according to a survey conducted by the Association of Theological Schools. Knox graduates also report that their trust in God was “stronger” or “much stronger” as a consequence of their Knox education. A 2012 Knox graduate said: “My Knox education has completely changed my life. I never imagined that this school would leave such a huge impression on my heart and soul. The professors have taught me to love the Word of God….”

Contact

Dr. Sam Lamerson, Interim President Ph: 954-771-0376
Dr. Michael Allen, Dean of the Faculty Ph: 954 771-0376

5554 North Federal Highway
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308

Phone: 954-771-0376
Fax: 954-351-3343

Denomination: Interdenominational

Fall 2013 Data:
Enrollment: 407
Faculty Full-Time: 6
Faculty Part-Time: 4

ATS Accreditation Status: Accredited

Comprehensive distance education program: Yes

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