Biblical Theological Seminary (also Biblical Seminary) is an independent seminary founded in 1971 in Hatfield, Pennsylvania by Old Testament scholar Allan A MacRae, Ph.D., and evangelist Rev. John ("Jack") W. Murray, and currently offers three graduate degrees and certificate programs in several areas of study. These include Master of Arts degrees in counseling, ministry, theology, biblical studies, and church planting; Master of Divinity degrees in traditional, leadership, or urban concentrations; and a Doctor of Ministry with an emphasis on advanced missional leadership. Certificate areas of study include biblical studies, biblical counseling, missional church planting, missional theology (online), youth ministry (online), advanced pastoral studies, and advanced professional counseling. It was founded as the Biblical School of Theology with the goal of educating people for ministry, be that pastoral, missional, academic, or a combination of these.

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