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Western Theological Seminary.

1. Sem of The General* Syn. of the Ev. Luth. Ch. in the USA founded 1893 at Midland* Coll., Atchison, Kansas; moved to Fremont, Nebraska, 1919; separate institution called Central* Luth. Theol. Sem. 1949; merged with Luth. School of Theol. at Chicago 1966. See also Ministry, Education of, X M.

2. Sem of the Prot. Episc. Ch. est. at Chicago, Illinois, 1883, united 1933 with Seabury Divinity School (developed from a miss. and school est. 1858 at Faribault, Minnesota) in Seabury-Western Theol. Sem., Evanston, Illinois.

3. Sem. of the (Dutch) Ref. Ch. in Am. est. 1869 at Holland, Ottawa Co., Michigan; suspended 1877–84.

4. See Pittsburgh Theological Seminary.


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