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Discussion in 'Baptist Colleges / Seminaries' started by SaggyWoman, Sep 11, 2007.
If so, which one?
Yes. Williams Baptist College (AR).
Central Baptist College (Conway, AR)
Liberty University (B.S. in Religion)
Tennessee Temple College (later U.), BA, 1976.
Maranatha Baptist Bible College, MA, 2005.
William Carey College (now University), 1995:thumbs:
Baylor University: B.S. in Education, 1991.
Howard Payne University, 1987.
Union University (Jackson, TN) 1961, BA
To all who have an ear:
I have an ADiv (96 sem. hr. Associate of Divinity or Diploma of Theology/which was the same basic degree at that time as the MDiv (-) the Biblical Languages) from Mid America Baptist Seminary, and an MDiv from The Southern Baptist Seminary.
Carson-Newman College, TN (1977-1978)
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary MCM 1986, MRE 1988
B.A. Ministry, Clear Creek Baptist Bible College, Pineville, KY--1999.
Currently attending Liberty Theological Seminary's distance learning program.
Baptist Bible College East, Boston, MA.
Howard Payne University - Brownwood, Texas (1989)
Baptist Bible College; Denver, CO obsorbed into Faith Baptist; Ankeny, IA a number of years ago
Western Baptist College, now Corban College; Salem, OR
Note: all schools I have attended changed their names shortly after I left :laugh:
United Theological College, Monroe, LA... BA
Iliff School of Theology, Denver, Co... MDiv (Not baptist but where I went)
For my undergraduate degree I attended a state University. However I did earn my seminary degree from a Baptist Seminary.
Baptist University of America, Decatur, GA
It has now closed it's doors, but I loved it there!
Clarksville Baptist College, Clarksville TN
(No longer in existence.)
Belmont University, Nashville, Tennessee
Carson-Newman College ('73), Jefferson City, Tennessee
Liberty University (B.S. Religion)