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Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary (U.S.)

Louisville, Kentucky

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Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, currently branded as Louisville Seminary, is a seminary affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA), located in Louisville, Kentucky. It is one of ten official PC (USA) seminaries, though it currently identifies as an ecumenical seminary, with recent student enrollment representing many faith traditions. Though now located in Louisville, it was founded in 1853 in Danville, Kentucky (the site is now Centre College) and was known as the Danville Theological Seminary. Though it thrived in its early years, the Civil War took a great toll and by 1870 there were only 6 students enrolled, and as few as one professor at times, requiring classes to be taught by the faculty of Centre College. The seminary is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools as well as the Association of Theological Schools. The Seminary is located on land adjacent to the Cherokee-Seneca Parks designed by Olmsted.

Paul Bassinson, 5 July 2022


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