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Southwest Baptist Theological Seminary

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Jame & W. Seminary St., Fort Worth, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 32° 41' 2.758092", -97° 20' 42.954504"
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     Chartered March 14, 1908, for graduate education in Christian ministries. Moved here in 1910 from Waco, Texas. Original 200-acre campus tract and first building, Fort Worth Hall, were gifts of people of Fort Worth. Control passed from Baptist General Convention of Texas to Southern Baptist Convention in 1925. First president (1908-14) was B.H. Carroll. Successors: L.R. Scarborough, 1914-42; E.D. Head, 1942-53; J. Howard Williams, 1953-58; Robert E. Naylor, 1958-.

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

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