Providence Theological Seminary
The conference theme was “Galatians: Breaking Free! Staying Free?” As a result, the sessions primarily featured messages teaching through Galatians from a New Covenant Theological perspective.
The doctrinal reasons for Providence Theological Institute of New Covenant Theology (PTI-NCT) can be summed up in three phrases: New Covenant Theology (NCT), Doctrines of Grace, and Baptist Ecclesiology.
Providence Theological Seminary (PTS) inaugurated resident night classes in Colorado Springs on September 4, 2007. A full curriculum was offered during the inaugural year of studies except for the biblical languages class which commenced during the fall semester of 2008.
In 2013, PTS transitioned to an online curriculum and after two years, they moved from Colorado Springs, CO to Franklin, TN. In the late fall of 2016, a variety of factors prompted PTS’ leadership to close the seminary as an educational institution. Although its formal mission as a seminary may have ended, its role as a theological institution continued.
Providence Theological Institute remains dedicated to teaching, disseminating, and defending New Covenant Theology. The institute seeks to accomplish these goals by hosting and organizing annual conferences, continuously making the seminary’s resources available, ensuring the publication of the theological journal, and harnessing other tools such as the podcast and blog.
Providence Theological Institute of New Covenant Theology (PTI-NCT) is a Christian organization that endeavors to advance the gospel and the kingdom of God in Christ Jesus. The institute also seeks the following goals:
A theological system which emphasizes that Jesus Christ is the nexus and climax of God’s plan in redemptive history, that the New Testament Scriptures have interpretive priority over the Old Testament Scriptures because of the former being the final revelation of God, and that the new covenant truly is a new arrangement between God and man.
Providence Theological Institute of New Covenant Theology is a tax-exempt 501(c)3 corporation. Contributions to PTI-NCT are deductible under Section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code.
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