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Footnote — James A. Patterson, “Alternative Theological Education in the Southern Baptist Convention: A Case Study of Mid-America Theological Seminary,” Journal of Baptist Studies 1 (2007) [http://www.baptiststudiesonline.com].
Bibliographic citation — Patterson, James A. ” Alternative Theological Education in the Southern Baptist Convention: A Case Study of Mid-America Seminary.” Journal of Baptist Studies 1 (2007) [http://www.baptiststudiesonline.com].