Grand Rapids Theological Seminary of Cornerstone University was founded as a degree-granting institution in 1948. Today, Cornerstone and GRTS share a 130-acre campus less than five miles from downtown Grand Rapids and operate under a single board of trustees and university president. The seminary is located in the Leon J. Wood Seminary Building, which opened in 1977, and it has its own administrative staff and faculty.
GRTS enacts its mission based on the core values of biblical worldview, spiritual transformation, critical thinking, Christ’s Church, disciplinary integration, lifelong collaborative learning, cross-cultural understanding and diverse community. You can learn more about these core values in the About GRTS section.
The Women's Studies Lecture Series is an annual event for male and female students, spouses, and friends of GRTS that promotes awareness about issues related to gender and diversity from a Christian Worldview. On March 28, 2013 Dr. Loyd-Paige, Dean of Multi-Cultural Affairs at Calvin College, will present an overview of concepts related to racial micro-aggression and micro-affirmations. More information available here.
GRTS provides audio for the lectures and seminars that you might have missed:
Talking Points 2013: "Creation in Scripture," with John Walton, David Turner, John Hilber, and Michael Wittmer.
Thursday Evening Bible Class: "Ephesians: Participating in the Triumph of Christ," taught by Tim Gombis.
Grand Rapids Theological Seminary has been chosen as the location for the permanent display of the winner of Grand Rapids ArtPrize 2011.