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City Seminary of Sacramento is a school of theology at the graduate level which is committed to providing a biblical education to students in the Sacramento region. We provide a place where men are trained for the gospel ministry without having to relocate to another area. Seminary education should be accessible to those who are called by Jesus Christ to minister to his church. The seminary offers programs leading to the degrees of Associate of Theological Studies, Master of Theological Studies (2-year); Bachelor of Divinity and Master of Divinity (4-year); and, Certificates in Apologetics, Church History, New Testament, Old Testament, Systematic Theology, Greek, Hebrew and Pastoral Theology.

No Student Debt

Since its founding in the year 2000, City Seminary of Sacramento has never provided student loans, and discouraged students from seeking loans elsewhere. Instead, the Board of Governors has strived to meet all legitimate tuition financial needs through scholarships. On May 2, 2013, the Board of Governors formalized their practice by adopting a policy statement forbidding students to seek or accept student loans to pay for tuition.

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Spring 2016 Classes

Introduction to Apologetics

A study of the presuppositional method of apologetics as the proper Biblical strategy for defending the faith. Attention will be given to competing methodologies, including rationalism, empiricism (evidentialism) and irrationalism.

  • Instructor: Rev. Eric Bristley, Th.M.
  • Hours: Two credit hours
  • Day/Time: TBD

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Dates to mark your calendars!

FALL '15

  • Sept. 11 -- Convocation
  • Sept. 12 -- Semester starts
  • Oct. 15 -- Last day to withdraw from classes
  • Oct 24-29 -- Midterms
  • Nov. 26 -- Thanksgiving Day (no classes)
  • Dec. 12-17 -- Finals
  • Dec. 31 -- All grades are due

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