Clarksville School of Theology was a seminary in Clarksville, Tennessee. Now defunct, it was shut down in 1982 by legal action after it was determined that its curriculum did not meet state standards for granting an academic degree. In the case, Tennessee ex rel. McLemore v. Clarksville School of Theology, the Tennessee Supreme Court upheld broad state regulation of a theological school that trained only ministers, offered no secular courses, and granted only theological degrees.

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  • Clarksville School of Theology was a seminary in Clarksville, Tennessee. Now defunct, it was shut down in 1982 by legal action after it was determined that its curriculum did not meet state standards for granting an academic degree. In the case, Tennessee ex rel. McLemore v. Clarksville School of Theology, the Tennessee Supreme Court upheld broad state regulation of a theological school that trained only ministers, offered no secular courses, and granted only theological degrees. Clarksville has now moved to Clayton, North Carolina and complies with local laws for institutions of higher learning. (en)
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  • Clarksville School of Theology was a seminary in Clarksville, Tennessee. Now defunct, it was shut down in 1982 by legal action after it was determined that its curriculum did not meet state standards for granting an academic degree. In the case, Tennessee ex rel. McLemore v. Clarksville School of Theology, the Tennessee Supreme Court upheld broad state regulation of a theological school that trained only ministers, offered no secular courses, and granted only theological degrees. (en)
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  • Clarksville School of Theology (en)
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