If you hold a master’s degree, you may be interested in our Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree course in Historical Theology.
We run this course in partnership with Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary (PRTS) in Grand Rapids, Michigan. In line with the ethos of PRTS, it combines academic rigour with biblical piety. It focuses on Reformation and Post-Reformation historical theology, while also requiring students to reflect on their personal spiritual formation and preaching ministry.
The course consists of 12 modules, followed by a thesis. Modules are taught by PRTS faculty and adjunct faculty, and some can be taken at London Seminary or online.
We give students up to six years to complete the course, and typically it involves four visits to Michigan.
To complete the course, you will need to demonstrate proficiency in two research languages (Latin, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, or Dutch).
To enrol on the course, you will need
- a master’s level degree in theology; or, in US terms, a ThM
- to pass an entry test in Hebrew and Greek
If you apply from a country with an academic structure different than in the US, you will need to give full details of your theological studies.
Generous scholarships may be available to those who need help with paying course fees.
If you would like to apply for a place on our PhD course, get in touch and address your email to our director Garry Williams. Applications are made online via PRTS, but we can offer advice.