George W. Truett Theological Seminary is a traditional, evangelical seminary committed to our historic Baptist principles.
At Truett Seminary we believe that Jesus Christ is God, the eternal Word, and the only Savior of the world and that there is no salvation apart from Him.
We believe the scriptures, both Old Testament and New Testament are inspired, authoritative, written Word of God given to teach us what to believe and how to live.
We have no creed but the Bible, but we accept and teach consistently with what traditional Baptists have generally believed through the years.
We believe in God's sovereignty and the autonomy of the local church.
God calls men and women into the ministry and churches call them to
serve on their staffs. Our task is to help prepare people for their
calling. We exist not for ourselves but to serve the churches.
As a professional school of Baylor University, George W. Truett Theological Seminary subscribes to the university's mission statement "to educate men and women for worldwide leadership and service by integrating academic excellence and Christian commitment within a caring community."
Truett Seminary's purpose is to provide theological education leading to the Master of Divinity, the Doctor of Ministry, the Master of Arts in Christian Ministry, the Master of Theological Studies and related dual degrees that is centered in the gospel of Jesus Christ and consistent with historic Baptist commitments to prepare persons to carry this gospel to the churches and the world.
We are committed to holistic student development by equipping students through theological and biblical reflection, spiritual formation, lifelong learning, ministry service, and cross-cultural sensitivity. Truett Seminary provides educational opportunities for students to gain competency for ministry in Christian scriptures and theology, evangelism and global missions, leadership and administration, nurture and cure of souls and proclamation and worship.