The B&R reports
The TBC Executive Board was notified Feb. 14 that Franklin Land Associates will not be closing on the sale of the Baptist Center, according to Randy C. Davis, TBC executive director/treasurer.
Davis also received notification on Feb. 15 that Franklin Land Associates had withdrawn their request for a zoning change to the city of Brentwood that had been set for a vote on Feb. 25. Earlier this month, a group called “Preserve Brentwood” launched an effort opposing the building of a 900,000 square-foot development on the Baptist Center site.
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Dr. W. Morgan Patterson, former president (1980-81) and long-time member of the Baptist History & Heritage Society, died November 19 at his home in Novato, California, at age 85. He had been treated for pancreatic cancer. He was assistant professor of church history at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (1956-1959) and the director of graduate studies in the School of Theology and the David T. Porter Professor of Church History at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (1959-1976). He also served as dean of academic affairs at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary (1976-1984). From 1984 to 1991 he was the 22nd president of Georgetown College. More recently, he was Scholar in Residence at Campbellsville University. Via Bruce Gourley.
Arrived in the mail this week. It’s a Festschrift (a celebratory volume in honor of a particular scholar) dedicated to the work of our own Albert Wardin Jr. If you’re a member of the Society you should by now have received your copy. If you haven’t, contact Jim Taulman. And if you’d like to be a member of the Society, sign up!
Members of the TBHS are urged to remember Jim Taulman’s grandson Ethan in prayer. Thanks very much.
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