Baptist Briefs: Kentucky seminary gains accreditation

Graduation at Baptist Seminary of Kentucky. (Photo: Baptist Seminary of Kentucky)

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The Association of Theological Schools has granted accreditation to Baptist Seminary of Kentucky, one of 15 theological-education partners with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, seminary President Greg Earwood announced June 19. greg earwood100Greg Earwood“We celebrate with great joy the achievement of accreditation as a member of the Association of Theological Schools,” Earwood said. “We are grateful to God and to all our friends who support us in our calling to prepare ministers of the gospel.” Earwood said faculty and staff at BSK, located on the campus of Georgetown College in Georgetown, Ky., “have worked diligently from our very first classes in 2002 until now in providing high-quality theological education.” According ATS, the Baptist Seminary of Kentucky reported a fall 2014 enrollment of 32 students.


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