For the record, Sherman has accomplished more in retirement than some of us pull off in a career: more than a decade of teaching at the Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond, many years of writing Sunday School commentaries for Smyth & Helwys, ten interim pastorates, and eleven years of serving as a caregiver to his wife, Dot (who died on August 1, 2008).
What does BTSR stand for?
BTSR stands for Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond (Virginia)
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Merge) has recently been selected as a technology partner by the Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond (BTSR) to provide an automated, graduate and friends placement solution for the seminary.
Kelley Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond Richmond, VA 23227
Among those are Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond, George W.
The earliest new school to be organized was the Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond, which began holding classes in the fall of 1991.
16) Retirement: 1992-97 Kelley retired from Southern in 1992 to take a teaching appointment at the Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond (BTSR).
Thomas Graves, president of Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond, looked at developments in Baptist identity.