|Seniors lift seminary|
A group of senior adults prays for Southwestern Seminary in the prayer mall during April 15 tours of the Fort Worth campus. Photo courtesy by Richard D. McCormack
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--When Henry Ford began to produce the Model-T at the turn of the century, you could purchase one in any color -- as long as it was black. The same could be said of Southern Baptists' choice for a seminary education.
At the time, only Southern Seminary existed.
That changed in 1910 when B.H. Carroll established Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth. In mid-April approximately 1000 senior adults, some who were alive when the seminary was founded, toured the campus of the Southern Baptist Convention's second -- and now its largest -- seminary. Read More