Columbia Theological Seminary was founded in 1828 in Lexington, Georgia, by several Presbyterian ministers. In 1830, the seminary was moved to Columbia, South Carolina (taking its name at that location), and in the late 1920s, to its current location in suburban Atlanta.
Students : 475 in six degree programs (see below). Faculty: 32. Alumni/ae 3,500 living.
Columbia's Center for Lifelong Learning offers non-degree programs and events for lay persons and clergy.
WESTMINSTER JOHN KNOX PRESS, COLUMBIA THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY CONTINUE FEASTING ON WORD WITH NEW GOSPELS COMMENTARY.
Oct 05, 2009; LOUISVILLE, Kentucky -- The following information was released by the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A have announced the continuation...
Erskine Clark, professor of American religious history and director of international programs at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia, and Sean Wilentz, Dayton-Stockton Professor of History and director of the program in American studies at Princeton University, have been awarded the 2006 Bancroft Prize for the best books in American history.(Brief article)
Mar 01, 2007; Erskine Clark, professor of American religious history and director of international programs at Columbia Theological Seminary in...