Juneteenth and Ongoing Action

Juneteenth and Ongoing Action

Juneteenth is a good time to assess BSK’s progress around ongoing actions supporting theological education that is inclusive of and shaped by the black church tradition. At Baptist Seminary of Kentucky, our formal statement of Commitments...

BSK Community Gathering for CBF Virtual General Assembly

CBF Global is offering a slot in their schedule for theological schools to gather their communities during their virtual General Assembly happening next week. Thursday, June 25, 2020 from 12:30-1:30 PM, EST, BSK will gather via Zoom. Join us as BSK President, Dr....
Cassady Featured on “Good Faith Weekly”

Cassady Featured on “Good Faith Weekly”

Dr. David Cassady, BSK’s President, was recently featured on Good Faith Media’s podcast, “Good Faith Weekly.” Dr. Cassady joined the podcast about halfway through to discuss BSK’s approach to racial justice. To listen to the podcast,...
Brogdon Featured in “The East Hampton Star”

Brogdon Featured in “The East Hampton Star”

Dr. Lewis Brogdon, Research Professor of Preaching and Black Church Studies at BSK, had a piece published in “The East Hampton Star,” a paper in New York. His piece, entitled, “Righteous Anger,” says, Passion is good, but it must be channeled....
BSK Accreditation Reaffirmed for 10 Years by ATS

BSK Accreditation Reaffirmed for 10 Years by ATS

After completing a self-study process and site visit, the Baptist Seminary of Kentucky (BSK) was reaccredited for 10 years by the Association of Theological Schools (ATS). This is the maximum length of time allowed by ATS. BSK received initial accreditation for 5...
“Deeply Troubled” by Dr. Mark Medley

“Deeply Troubled” by Dr. Mark Medley

Dr. Mark Medley, BSK’s Professor of Theology, serves as Theologian-in-Residence at The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Lexington, KY. As a part of his role, Dr. Medley often contributes to Good Shepherd’s blog. In his most recent post, entitled,...