20 Pastors Make First Erskine Seminary Pilgrimage to Israel

On August 19th, twenty pilgrims, most of them Associate Reformed Presbyterian pastors, departed our shores for a 2-week Holy Land tour. Unlike many Holy Land excursions, this particular trip was designed for pastors, with an intentional emphasis placed upon their retreat and renewal. Participants were mid-career pastors who had never had the opportunity to visit […]

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Tony Locke

Live in Gwinnett, GA next to Lake Lanier Islands. Married with four children. Pastored three churches over 18 years. Spent time serving as an Army Chaplain. Traveled in ministry to over 34 countries. B.A., M.A., M.Div., M.A.T.S., D.Min. BCC with NSC. Covering Georgia and upstate South Carolina

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Pslam 119 1-8 is the Mount Everest of Bible Memory Reverend Anthony R. Locke February 12th, 2017

Separation of Church and School — by World Magazine

by Mickey McLean at World Magazine The struggle over the governance of Erskine College and Seminary continues The ongoing battle between the board of trustees of Erskine College and Erskine Seminary and their founding denomination, the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, over the governance of the schools remains unresolved following the ARPC’s annual...
Pslam 119 1-8 is the Mount Everest of Bible Memory Reverend Anthony R. Locke February 12th, 2017

Erskine Alumni Survey Summary

by Nan Campbell, Joe Patrick & David Norman Dear Alumni, Between September and December 2011, the Erskine Alumni Association conducted a survey that sought to better understand giving trends and perspectives among Erskine alumni. If you were among those who participated, thank you for your feedback. About 26% of those asked...
Pslam 119 1-8 is the Mount Everest of Bible Memory Reverend Anthony R. Locke February 12th, 2017

Erskine Hopeful for Continued Dialogue with ARP Synod

Erskine trustees look forward to a continued, cooperative, and mutually beneficial relationship with the ARP General Synod Every message has at least two parts: content and delivery. Delivery becomes especially important when the content of a message is not what the recipient is hoping for, or when previous interactions have...
Pslam 119 1-8 is the Mount Everest of Bible Memory Reverend Anthony R. Locke February 12th, 2017

Death of Dr. Mary-Ruth Marshall

It is with great sadness that we report the death of our dear friend, colleague, mentor, and professor emerita, Dr. Mary-Ruth Marshall.  Dr. Marshall suffered a fall in her home that resulted in a closed head injury.  Emergency surgery was unsuccessful and she died on the evening of January 12th....
Pslam 119 1-8 is the Mount Everest of Bible Memory Reverend Anthony R. Locke February 12th, 2017

Calvin 500 Schedule, St. Pierre Cathedral, Geneva

The Calvin Quincentenary is an international, interdenominational and interdisciplinary celebration of the life and work of John Calvin, the great reformer who left such an indelible impression on the modern world.  If you plan to be in Geneva this summer, please accept this invitation to be part of one of...
Pslam 119 1-8 is the Mount Everest of Bible Memory Reverend Anthony R. Locke February 12th, 2017

PC(USA) Upholds Morality Standard for Church Officers

Some of Erskine Seminary’s faculty have been involved in the renewal movement in the Presbyterian Church (USA), calling the PC(USA) to repentance and a return to its historic faith. We are pleased that a majority of presbyteries have now reaffirmed the constitutional standard that requires faithfulness in marriage between a...