Rodney Kennedy at First Baptist Church in Dayton, Ohio, said the practice conforms to his beliefs about baptism being the beginning of a life-long process. 

Published in Theology
Wednesday, 10 September 2014 10:32

Illuminated Bible to be featured in BTSR exhibit

The St. John’s Bible, a massive artistic undertaking, will spend October at the Virginia seminary.

Published in Media and Arts

As seminaries and divinity schools expand online education, some educators think the move is reviving the tradition of the pastor-scholar by allowing students to remain in their ministry settings while learning their craft.

Published in Organizations
Tuesday, 02 April 2013 15:17

BTSR announces new location

Seminary President Ron Crawford says the “strategically-located venue” will enhance BTSR’s mission.

Published in Organizations
Tuesday, 19 March 2013 12:11

BTSR trustees OK relocation plan

Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond is considering options about where to move after the sale of the current campus was approved by trustees in January.

Published in Organizations
RICHMOND -- Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond's School of Christian Ministry has announced several upcoming continuing education opportunities.
Published in 2008 Archives
The early onset of the presidential campaign has brought with it a renewed call for a “return to civility.” There seems, however, little prospect for any immediate restoration of such civility, assuming that it ever existed. I think there are two reasons for this. First of all, we're not sure any longer what such civility would look like and secondly, there is a great deal at stake.
Published in 2007 Archives
"Let Justice Roll" is the theme of the ninth annual Chester Brown, Hampton Baptist Church Preaching and Worship Conference, set for May 21-23 and sponsored by Baptist Theological Seminary in Richmond.
Published in 2007 Archives
Wednesday, 21 February 2007 19:02

Church conflict is seminar focus

Conflict is inevitable in the church, but it need not be destructive, say planners of a conference set at Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond.
Published in 2007 Archives
Wednesday, 07 February 2007 19:02

BTSR to offer online courses in February

The School of Christian Ministry at Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond offers seven four-week online courses beginning Feb. 26. The online course materials and discussion forums are Internet-based and accessible anytime, from anywhere. Participants engage in thought-provoking Q&A and discussion with class members and the instructor via threaded discussion forums.
Published in 2007 Archives
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