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Startup, The Splendid Work: The Origins and Development of Williams Baptist College (Williams Baptist College, 1991); Lansford Jolley, Dreaming, Daring, Doing: The Story of Gardner-Webb University, 1907-1997 (Gardner-Webb University, 1997); Michael E. So many books, so little. So many books, so little time to read: Baptist historiography,. House said the residents of College City, which is the home of the four-year Williams Baptist College, might be reluctant to go with the move because they fear that Walnut Ridge will turn its back on College City after the vote is approved.
ISBN13:9780962791109. Release Date:March 1991.
Before 1998, the college was located in San Dimas, California, and was known as Pacific Coast Baptist Bible College. In November 1966, the Western Baptist Bible Fellowship, composed of pastors from that region, met in Las Vegas and created the Pacific Coast Baptist Fellowship
Williams Baptist College is a private, coeducational, four-year college located in the Lawrence County, Arkansas community of Walnut Ridge. The college is owned and operated by the Arkansas Baptist State Convention, which is affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention.
Williams Baptist College is a private, coeducational, four-year college located in the Lawrence County, Arkansas community of Walnut Ridge. Founded in 1941, this institution began its life as a two year school. It began granting bachelor's degrees in 1984. Previous presidents include Dr. . Williams (1941-1973), Dr. D. Jack Nicholas (1973-1991), Dr. Jimmy Millikin (1991-1993), Dr. Gary Huckabay (1993-1995) and Dr. Jerol B. Swaim (1995-2012).
the origins and development of Williams Baptist College. by Kenneth Moore Startup. Published 1991 by The College in . Written in English. Includes bibliographical references. ix, 157 p. : Number of pages.
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