1889
130 Essex St, South Hamilton, MA 01982

School Details

In 1889 A.J. Conwell founded the Boston Missionary Training Institute to train women and men for Christian service. The school would be a place "of equipping men and women in practical religious work and furnishing them with a thoroughly Biblical training." Meanwhile, Russell Conwell was leading Temple University, a school whose mission was "to establish a progressive, orthodox theology, vigorously Biblical, yet in close touch with the modern culture." The two school merged in 1969 to become Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

Gordon-Conwell is dedicated to providing a biblically grounded, thoughtfully evangelical, and culturally relevant theological education, whether a student is able to attend a campus full-time, part-time, or needs their education delivered online at a distance. To accomplish this goal, Gordon-Conwell offers several online learning options, including online degree and certificate programs, online courses, and online programs and course for personal enrichment.

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Accreditation & Licensing

New England Commission of Higher Education

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Religion & Philosophy

Master of Arts in Christian Studies