"I am grateful to LSTC because it gave me free space to think on my own and to verbalize my thinking. Free space to express myself… is very important. It made me at home here. LSTC gifted me with vocabulary to voice my ideas and helped me to think out my own existential dilemma, problems and theological insights."
LSTC provides a rich learning environment for advanced theological study where the classical theological disciplines are held in conversation with the contemporary world. Our partnership and proximity to the University of Chicago and 11 other denominational seminaries provides opportunities for study with distinguished faculty, a broad course selection, and access to premier theological and research collections at JKM Library and the University of Chicago’s Joseph Regenstein Library. International and ecumenical students represent a large and important part of our program with contributions to theological dialogue and community life.
Students can complete the PhD degree in the fields of Old Testament, New Testament, historical studies, theological studies (including concentrations in Christian ethics/ church and society, religion and science, systematic theology, and theological anthropology), and world Christianity and mission.
Advanced Studies Core Commitments
- Fluency in theological scholarship (incl. scholarly teaching)
- Sensitivity to context
- Expertise for ecclesial contexts
- International learning community
- Scholarly consortium & networks
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