Faith Theological Seminary traces its origin to Princeton Theological Seminary and the days of the Modernist-Fundamentalist controversy that centered in that institution. Since this stronghold of the historic Christian faith was under the jurisdiction of the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A., it was vulnerable to the changing ecclesiastical majorities in General Assemblies.
The mission of Faith Theological Seminary is to prepare men and women for the dissemination of the Gospel of Jesus Christ locally and globally. By teaching the inspired, inerrant, infallible Word of God efficiently and training in practical ministry, the Seminary seeks to produce graduates, who do the work of missionaries, pastors, and theological teachers through preaching, teaching, and applying the Word of God by the power of the Holy Spirit.
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The FTS Library has approximately 25,000 volumes on Biblical exegesis, theology, missions, and related subjects. Periodicals contain articles of interest on the church, missions, and theology, as well as archeology and Biblical studies. Some of this collection contains highly prized and rare volumes.