Saturday, February 09, 2008

The Exiled Preacher interviews the new principal of LTS

My friend Guy Davies has recently interviewed Robert Strivens the principal-designate of London Theological Seminary here.

Rev. Strivens will follow in the footsteps of Phil Eveson and Hywel Jones.

If you are not familiar with LTS here is the potted guide from the interview:
GD: Give us a (very) potted account of the origins and history of LTS.

RS: LTS was founded in 1977, under the leadership and vision of Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones. It was set up to provide a training-ground for men planning to enter pastoral ministry. There was a belief that the training available for men in non-Anglican situations needed strengthening. The vision was for a seminary that would serve the evangelical community in this country, by focussing on the need for sound, biblical gospel preaching and the study of the great truths of the Reformation.

1 comment:

Benjamin P. Glaser said...

Thanks for this. LTS looks like a good school.