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Why IRBS?

Are you called to the Ministry?

IRBS is committed to training men who believe they are called to the gospel ministry.

If you believe you are called to minister the gospel to the people of God, receiving a robust theological education is indispensable. IRBS, along with WTSC, provides the kind of theological and practical preparation that will equip you for a lifetime of ministry.

Are you Reformed?

“Isn’t the Reformed Faith grand?” - J. Gresham Machen

This Reformed Faith is the foundation of IRBS. Are your doctrinal convictions in harmony with the theology of the Reformation as expressed in the writings of men like John Calvin and John Owen, and enshrined in the Three Forms of Unity (Heidelberg Catechism, Belgic Confession, and Canons of Dordt), the Westminster Confession of Faith and Catechisms, and preeminently in the London Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689?

Because of its unique arrangement with WTSC, IRBS offers a ministerial education that will foster your Reformed convictions.

Are you Baptist?

IRBS exists to prepare men for the Reformed Baptist ministry and to serve Reformed Baptist churches.

Do you believe that the Scriptures mandate the baptism of professing believers only, and an ecclesiology that is Independent and associational rather than Presbyterian? IRBS will strengthen your Baptistic beliefs by demonstrating how they are in harmony with Reformed theology.

Have you answered “YES” to these questions?

Then IRBS is the place for you!

An education at IRBS is second to none. You will receive a distinctly Reformed Baptist education from some of the best Reformed scholars in the world.

Christian Schools International Affiliate

CSI - Christian Schools International We are an affiliate member of Christian Schools International. CSI is a nonprofit organization that has been serving schools in the U.S. and Canada since 1920. CSI is committed to advancing Christian education and supports schools in their task of teaching students to know God and his world and to glorify him through obedient service.