Thomas G. Reid, Jr.

 Thomas G. Reid, Jr.

Address7418 Penn Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15208

Assistant Professor, Librarian and Registrar, Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary

B.A., Westmont College,
M.Div., Westminster Theological Seminary,
M.Th., ,
M.S., University of Pittsburgh,

Besides his pastoral experience, Rev. Reid has brought a wealth of expertise to the professional development of the Seminary library. Prior to coming to RPTS, he was Assistant to the Librarian at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, Librarian for the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Hall in Belfast, Ireland, and Head Librarian at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi.

Professor Reid shares his advanced research knowledge with degree students by teaching Theological Research and Writing, and he also is responsible for North American Church History. He contributed to Worship in the Presence of God and The Role and Service of Women. His representative articles include, “Auguste Lecerf and the Renaissance of Calvinism in Modern France,” in Evangelical Times; “The Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America among the Reformed and Presbyterian Churches,” in Semper Reformanda; “For the Sake of True Ecumenicity,” in Covenanter Witness of Scotland and Ireland; “Books about the Covenanters, Past and Present,” in The Christian Observer; and, “Acquiring Materials on World Christianity,” in Proceedings of the 54th Annual Conference, American Theological Library Association.

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