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Baptist Seminary of Kentucky
Established1996 (1996)
Religious affiliation
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship
United States

38°12′27″N 84°33′24″W / 38.2074°N 84.5568°W / 38.2074; -84.5568Coordinates: 38°12′27″N 84°33′24″W / 38.2074°N 84.5568°W / 38.2074; -84.5568

Baptist Seminary of Kentucky (BSK) is a small, freestanding theological school located on the campus of Georgetown College in Georgetown, Kentucky. The seminary's mission is to prepare men and women sensing God's leadership for life and ministry in faithful witness to Jesus Christ in the church and the world. Denominational partners include the Kentucky Baptist Fellowship and Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.


Baptist Seminary of Kentucky (BSK) is accredited by the Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada (ATS). The Master of Divinity degree program is approved by the Commission on Accrediting.[1]


During the early to mid-1990s, a confluence of events led a number of Kentucky Baptists to seek new and inventive ways of training ministers that reflected the diversity of Baptist identity and worship in the Commonwealth. The following is a list of significant events in the development of Baptist Seminary of Kentucky.


  1. ^ "Member Schools: Baptist Seminary of Kentucky". Retrieved December 15, 2015.