Colby D. Hall

SOUTHWEST SOCIETY OF BIBLICAL STUDY AND RESEARCH. The Southwest Society of Biblical Study and Research, an organization for teachers of religion in colleges and seminaries of the Southwest, was organized on December 31, 1929, under the sponsorship of C. M. Bishop of Southern Methodist University and W. C. Morro of the Brite College of the Bible at Texas Christian University. The society held annual meetings at one of the theological seminaries in Fort Worth, Dallas, Waco, or Austin. In 1949 the society had a membership of seventy-five, representing five seminaries and twelve colleges in Texas and several such schools in Oklahoma and Colorado.

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