Why Should I
Want to Attend Bible College?
Tempus Fugit ... Time Flies.
Decide today why you need to take action to
satisfy that call. To help you make that choice,
one of our students rendered the following
There are many reasons a believer may choose to
attend Bible College. Not everyone who attends
will be called to be a pastor. Maybe you are
involved in an outreach ministry. Maybe you work
with children. Maybe you lead small groups in
your local church. You have the heart of a
servant, and you are searching for a deeper walk
with the Lord. Whatever your reason, Bible
college is a good choice.
Everyone is called to be 'Ministers of the
Word'. Matthew 28:19-20 gives us clear
instruction on what we are to do with our time
here on earth. ”19 Therefore, go and make
disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the
name of the Father and of the Son and of the
Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey
everything I have commanded you." (continued)
How Much of the Bible is
Relevant for Today?
It was May 2012. Plans had been announced of
a privately funded distribution of King James Bibles into
every school across England, to mark its 400th anniversary.
Then, unexpectedly, that famed atheist, Richard Dawkins, not
only chose to endorse the scheme but also offered to help
pay for it.
His rationale: “I have an ulterior motive for wishing to
contribute to this scheme.
"People who do not know the Bible well have been (deceived)
into thinking it is a good guide to morality….I have even
heard…that, without the Bible as a moral compass, people
would have no restraint against murder, theft and mayhem.
The surest way to (enlighten) yourself of this
pernicious falsehood is to read the Bible itself.”
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Courses Descriptions for Fall 2014