Christian Theological Seminary located in Indianpolis, Indiana, United states of America. It was established in 1855. It is an ecumenical seminary related to Christian Church. The President of Christian Theological Seminary is Bill Kincaid. It provides four degree level education courses, three dual-degree programs, a Doctor of Ministry program, and a PhD in African American Preaching and Sacred Rhetoric. Seminary is related to Christian church. CTS was founded by abolitionists as part of North Western Christian University Its main building was designed by Edward Larrabee Barnes in 1966 which is a mid-century modern masterpiece. Barnes described the building as “pre-Gothic” which reflects the Mediterranean architecture of biblical times. The two historic mansions on campus now serves as the CTS Counseling Center which offers counseling services to the public and allows students to earn professional credentials. The Hospitality house serves as an accommodation for seminary guests. The entire student body was represented by CTS student association. Students in CTS are active in community events and meet regularly at prayer and fellowship. For more than 150 years through its incarnations as colleges within North Western Christian University and Butler University, CTS has pursued its mission of preparing ministers, counselors and lay people to serve as leaders of the church and the world.