“This should be a fruitful venture for introducing the riches of the Christian tradition to a wider audience.”
Christ Covenant Church, Charlotte
Are You Looking for Theological Formation?
Deepen your capacities for theological understanding and moral discernment.
Find wisdom for ministry in the present by learning from the wisest pastors and teachers of the past.
Gain greater facility in reading and teaching classic Christian texts.
Join a wider community of theologians, pastors, and lay leaders committed to the church’s theological maturity and renewal.
Be enriched by a spiritual and intellectual retreat at Reformed Theological Seminary’s Orlando campus.
Develop a holistic approach to the theological, moral, and pastoral dimensions of Christian life and ministry.
*While participating in the group and the conference is ideal, you're free to participate in one or both.
You’ll read and discuss theological texts by authors like St. Augustine and John Calvin.
by St. Augustine
A Little Book on the Christian Life
by John Calvin
2021 - 2022
City of God
by St. Augustine
On the Incarnation
by St. Athanasius of Alexandria
*Reading group registration is $30. Your books are included in the registration fee.
Fall 2022 Reading Groups
Reformed Theological Seminary exists to train men and women to see the beauty of Jesus in all of Scripture and to commend his beauty to others.
This little booklet is designed to give you a taste of the kind of Christ-honoring teaching that our faculty engages in both inside and outside the classroom.
I’m excited about the launch of the Paideia Center and the possibilities of studying great texts from the past for the sake of the present and the future of the Church.
Liam Goligher Senior Minister, Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia
If you’re tired of watered-down, mass-marketed approaches to Christian discipleship, take a look at the Paideia Center for opportunities to drink deeply from the Christ-centered wisdom of classic patristic and Reformation-era texts. I’m delighted to hear about the work of the Paideia Center.
J. Todd Billings Gordon H. Girod Research Professor of Reformed Theology, Western Theological Seminary