Ligonier Academy is pleased to announce the courses that will be offered in January 2010 as part of our Doctor of Ministry program. For more information on this new program, please visit the Ligonier Academy Doctor of Ministry website.
The Winter D.Min. course schedule is:
- January 11-15: Reformed Philosophy of Ministry - Dr. Mark Ross
- January 18-22: Worship - Dr. Sinclair Ferguson
All application documents must be received by the Admissions Office no later than September 1 for Winter Courses. You'll need to register by June 1 to enroll in Summer 2009 classes.
Download the D.Min. application here.
Dr. Mark Ross is Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at the Columbia campus of Erskine Theological Seminary and Director of the Institute for Reformed Worship. A graduate of University of Pittsburgh (B.A.), Pittsburgh Theological Seminary (M.Div.), and University of Keele, England (Ph.D.), Dr. Ross holds the First Presbyterian Church John R. de Witt Chair of Systematic Theology. Prior to joining the Erskine faculty in 2004 he served for twenty years as Associate Pastor for Teaching at the First Presbyterian Church in Columbia, South Carolina. From 2003-2008 he chaired the Special Committee on Worship in the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, which produced the new Directory of Public Worship adopted by the church in 2008.
Dr. Sinclair Ferguson is Senior Pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Columbia, South Carolina, and is Distinguished Visiting Professor of Systematic Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary. He is author of numerous books, including Taking the Christian Life Seriously; Discovering God's Will; A Heart for God; John Owen on the Christian Life; Daniel (Communicator's Commentary); The Holy Spirit; The Big Book of Questions and Answers; Let's Study Philippians; and Let's Study Mark. Dr. Ferguson has also been a contributor to numerous books, including The Westminster Confession Today, The Preacher and Preaching, New Dictionary of Theology (editor), Dictionary of Scottish Church History & Theology; Theonomy: A Reformed Critique; Blackwell's Dictionary of Evangelical Biography 1730-1860; The New Bible Commentary; and The Glory of the Atonement. He has also contributed to the following journals: The Christian Graduate, Discipleship, Banner of Truth, and Westminster Theological Journal.