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The “confidence gap” is one factor that contributes to the shortfall of women serving in leadership in theological schools and churches, but it’s a factor women can change, the president of Central Baptist Theological Seminary said. “Women tend to discount themselves,” seminary president Molly T. Marshall said. “If a woman looks at a job description, […] Read More

I taught a summer class recently and co-facilitated two peer groups of seminary students without leaving my home office. Using online technology and the telephone, I was able to pursue my work as an adjunct professor for Central Baptist Theological Seminary (CBTS). Increasingly, this is the face of theological education in the early 21st century. […] Read More

Creating community is a central goal of the social media campaigns of Central Baptist Theological Seminary (CBTS) in Shawnee, Kan. We seek to connect with the current learning community, prospective learners, alumni, trustees, donors and partner organizations as well as to all of the extended relationships of these constituents. Connecting with multiple layers of constituents […] Read More

Theologian Molly Marshall has been named next president of Central Baptist Theological Seminary. She is the first woman to lead the seminary in Kansas City, Kan., which is affiliated with American Baptist Churches in the U.S.A. and “in full support” of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. She is also the first woman to be named president […] Read More