News – London Theological Seminary

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ET staff writer
01 July, 2008 1 min read

London Theological Seminary

London Theological Seminary (LTS) has announced the appointment of Dr David Green as it new Vice-Principal. Dr Green, who lectures at LTS in Old Testament and Hebrew, will take up this position on 1 September.

Principal Robert Strivens said: ‘I am delighted at David’s appointment. We are planning some significant developments at LTS to ensure that we meet the needs and rise to the challenges of training men for pastoral ministry in the 21st century. David’s appointment comes at just the right time to help shape and implement those plans. I look forward to working closely with him in this vital work’.

Dr Green, who was minister of Bishopdown Baptist Church in Salisbury for 10 years, said: ‘I welcome this opportunity to play a more significant role in maintaining and developing the Seminary’s distinctive vision for ministerial training’.

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