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Erskine Theological Seminary

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Motto For Christ and His Church.
Established 1837
Type Theological Seminary

Due West, SC, USA
34°19′53″N 82°23′25″W / 34.33139°N 82.39028°W / 34.33139; -82.39028Coordinates: 34°19′53″N 82°23′25″W / 34.33139°N 82.39028°W / 34.33139; -82.39028{{#coordinates:34|19|53|N|82|23|25|W|type:edu |primary |name=

Campus Rural
Colors Maroon, Old Gold          
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Affiliations Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada, SACS

Erskine Theological Seminary is an institution of graduate theological and pastoral education. The Seminary is based in Due West, South Carolina, United States, and also offers classes at four extension sites in the region: Augusta, Georgia; Charleston, South Carolina; Columbia, South Carolina and Greenville, South Carolina. It is in the conservative Presbyterian tradition, and primarily prepares candidates for ordained Christian ministry. The Seminary - founded in 1837 - is now the graduate arm of Erskine College, a liberal arts college established in 1839 and affiliated with the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church.

Notable events

Erskine Theological Seminary is known for the development of "The Erskine Declaration," which was a proclamation of students enrolled at Erskine declaring that racial segregation was inappropriate for most Christian congregations. It became a pattern for declarations from several other seminary student bodies in the 1980s and 1990s.

On April 22, 2011, five members of the Erskine College and Seminary faculties issued a Good Friday Statement addressing toleration of neo-orthodoxy among the Seminary faculty and supporting their understanding of the Bible as "inerrant in the original autographs" as the official position of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church.[1]


  1. ^ "Statement on Scripture by Concerned Erskine Faculty Members". reformation21. Retrieved 5 May 2012. 

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