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Author: Safara Austin Witmer

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ISBN: 1258397412

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McBirnie,“Study oftheBible InstituteMovement,” 11–12, 16,19–23; Witmer, Bible
College Story,33; Boon,“Development ofthe Bible College,” 26–29. [33]. Boon, “
Development of the Bible College,” 30–36, 40–41; James Findlay, “Moody, ...

Author: William C. Ringenberg

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN: 9781441241870

Category: Religion

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When it first appeared in 1984 The Christian College was the first modern comprehensive history of Protestant higher education in America. Now this second edition updates the history, featuring a new chapter on the developments of the past two decades, a major introduction by Mark Noll, a new preface and epilogue, and a series of instructive appendixes.
2006-04-01 By William C. Ringenberg

Nonetheless, the few Canadian Bible colleges that did exist were accredited,
conferred degrees and included ... refer to it as essentially the first Bible school in
the U.S. Nonetheless, Witmer in The Bible College Story, 35, indicates that from
its ...

Author: Tim W. Callaway

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781449789909

Category: History

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The comparative scarcity of academic attention given Prairie Bible Institute located at Three Hills, Alberta, Canada, serves as the primary motivation behind this book. This work should therefore be regarded as an attempt to contribute to and refine the very small amount of research available regarding how Prairie Bible Institute’s first half-century should be understood and interpreted by students of North American church history. Drawing on an insider’s perspective of PBI, former PBI “staff kid” Tim W. Callaway challenges the adequacy and accuracy of Canadian scholar Dr. John G. Stackhouse, Jr.’s inference that the kind of “sectish evangelicalism” that typified PBI in the twentieth century was substantially different from the characteristics that define the traditional understanding of American fundamentalism. The undertaking contained in these pages advances the perspective that Prairie Bible Institute during the L.E. Maxwell era did in fact reflect the influence and attributes of American fundamentalism to a far greater extent than what Stackhouse allowed for in his research.
2013-04-17 By Tim W. Callaway

Kenneth S. Latourette , A History of Christianity , 2 vols . ( New York , 1975 ) , II , p
. 1046 ; Witmer , “ New Form of Education , ” pp . 164–65 ; Witmer , Bible College
Story , pp . 77-83 , 111 ; American Association of Bible Colleges Manual , 1975 ...

Author: William C. Ringenberg

Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : Christian University Press : Available from Eerdmans

ISBN: 0802819966

Category: Education

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Traces the development of the Protestant college in the United States from the Colonial period to the present and examines the influence of Christianity on college intellectual life

4 It should not be surprising that, given the place of the authority of scripture in
Baptist identity, the Bible college movement would interface with Baptist higher
education and a substantial institutional history and influence would result.

Author: William H. Brackney

Publisher: Mercer University Press

ISBN: 088146130X

Category: Education

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This is the most comprehensive history of Baptist higher education available. In this book, the fullness of the Baptist experience in Christian higher education is explored, charted, and analyzed. Beginning with the establishment in 1756 of the Academy and reaching to the present the author explores the need for Baptists to pursue education and the types of schools they founded. Included are colleges, universities, manual-labor schools, literary and theological institutions, theological schools, and Bible colleges. Special attention is given to women and higher education and black Baptist achievements. Details are provided about what makes a Baptist school Baptist: charters, trustees, presidents, support, church accountability. The major examples of each type are woven together into an integrated narrative involving Northern, Southern, Freewill, independent, black, fundamentalist, and Landmarkist strands. In many instances, Baptists can rightly claim pioneering status, notably in women's education and among the black Baptist traditions. In other instances, Baptists were imitators of groups like Congregationalists and Presbyterians. Towering above all other achievements was the University of Chicago that brought Baptists into the forefront of American higher education. Readers will note the attention given to Canadian developments, as the author's North American orientation shines through. The interrelationships between the Canadian and American Baptist communities cannot be denied. Chapters at the end of the typological and chronological narratives ponder the meaning of denominational education at present, with suggestions about the future of 'faith-based' institutions and the failure of contemporary literature to attend properly to Baptist idiosyncrasies.

References Accrediting Association of Bible Colleges. (1986). The AABC story.
Fayetteville, AR: Author. Association for Biblical Higher Education. (2010).
Retrieved June 5, 2010, from http://www.abhe. org Brereton, V. L. (1990).
Training God's ...

Author: William Jeynes

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400723863

Category: Religion

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Since their earliest days, institutions providing a Protestant education have always been respected and sought-after for their rigor and relative freedom from dogma—and despite today’s secularism and plurality, they remain so. This international handbook is the ultimate companion to protestant schooling worldwide. Its 39 chapters form the most comprehensive and wide-ranging treatment of the subject yet available, addressing Protestant education on all six inhabited continents and featuring the perspectives of leading authorities and public figures. The contributions cover in detail not only the facts and features of Protestant schooling in sundry nations, but also integrate a range of themes common to them all, themes so vital that they are of central concern to Christians around the world and of whatever denomination. Some of these topics are school choice, globalization, Bible pedagogy and character education, the fine arts, parental involvement, and the rise of Christianity in previously inaccessible locations such as China. The handbook’s stellar list of authors is a Who’s Who of authorities on the subject and includes a renowned American evangelical, a former historian of the US House of Representatives, and White House consultants responsible for framing legislation. The many contributors from outside the USA are leading academics conducting seminal research on numerous topics in the field. Both exhaustive and authoritative, The International Handbook of Protestant Educationwill be an invaluable asset to educators, ministers, parents, policy makers political leaders of any denomination—or none.
2012-01-13 By William Jeynes

Figure 10 , this growth was gradual until 1921 , at which time there was a rapid
increase in the number of schools founded . The greatest period of growth ... A .
Witmer , The Bible College Story : Education with Dimension , p . 34 . 5 Frank E ...

Author: Gene A. Getz

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ISBN: WISC:89065277477

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1969 By Gene A. Getz

Within these institutes and centers, the influence of the schooling approach to
theological education is also noticeably present. ... On colleges and institutes see
S. A. Witmer, The Bible College Story: Education with Dimension (Mahasset, N.Y.
: ...

Author: Robert Banks

Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

ISBN: 0802846203

Category: Religion

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A top leadership theorist offers a compelling proposal for renovating the way religious education is practiced today. Christian colleges and seminaries have not been immune from the cultural influences shaping contemporary education. Challenging the conventional wisdom advanced by the educational debate during the last fifteen years, Robert Banks builds an innovative new model of theological education based on how ministry formation took place in biblical times. Banks takes full account of key issues raised by our current educational context and shows how a "missional model" of education is more holistic, inclusive, and practical than recent versions.
1999 By Robert Banks

( Central Christian College of the Bible ) The Southern Salute . ( Southern
Christian College ) Unpublished Materials Hurley , Richard Anthony . " The Origin
and Development. Dissertations Black , Robert E . " The Story of Johnson Bible
College ...

Author: Gerald Clay Tiffin

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105042817937

Category: Christian universities and colleges

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A History of the Department of Religion at Carson-Newman College Merrill M.
Hawkins, Jr. The Course of Study is designed ... It is the religious program and
the Christian interpretation of facts which differentiate the Christian college from
other ...

Author: Walter B. Shurden

Publisher: Mercer University Press

ISBN: 086554770X

Category: Religion

Page: 306

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This collection of essays by different authors is presented as a tribute to Walter B. "Buddy" Shurden, (distinctively Baptist) church historian, teacher, preacher, author, Baptist apologist extraordinaire. The rationale of this celebration of the lifework and influence of Walter Shurden is well stated, for example, in editor Marc Jolley's preface: "[D]uring some of the initial forays of our most-recent and ongoing Fundamentalist-Moderate controversy, there were days when I thought about changing denominations. Shurden's works were instrumental in my remaining a Baptist, not because I could see how Baptists had always had controversies and survived--although that is true--but because he helped me understand that the reason I had been Baptist and would remain so was due to our Baptist distinctives, our freedoms. For so much more, but especially for that understanding, I am forever grateful." Many students, Baptists in the pews, some at the pulpit or lectern, even some who are not "distinctively Baptist" could testify in like terms regarding the ongoing work and influence of Walter B. Shurden. The essays in this collection of course address some of the primary concerns of Walter Shurden, augmenting that already significant lifework.

Through the telling of Bible stories in sequential order and a related process of
dialogue and discovery, Echo seeks to ... until sometime after I'd completed a
Bible college degree and a graduate degree in theological studies that the story
of ...

Author: Chris Folmsbee

Publisher: Zondervan/Youth Specialties

ISBN: 9780310832546

Category: Religion

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A New Kind of Youth Ministrychallenges you to take a fresh look at your ministry through the concept of “reculturing”—the act of changing theway things are done or simply creating a culture of change. No fly-bynight, change-for-the-sake-of-change concept, it’s about altering our paradigms for the sake of life change.
2009-08-30 By Chris Folmsbee

A History of the Bible School Movement Within American Pentecostalism, 1880-
1920 Phillip Douglas Chapman. Larry J. McKinney , Equipping for Service : A
Historical Analysis of the Bible College Movement in North Education in America
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Author: Phillip Douglas Chapman

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ISBN: MSU:31293030624732

Category: Bible colleges

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43 Virginia Lieson Brereton , “ The Bible Schools and Conservative Evangelicals
, ” in Making Higher Education Christian , ed . by Joel A . Carpenter and Kenneth
W ... 44 S . A . Witmer , The Bible College Story : Education with Distinction .

Author: James Riley Estep

Publisher: College Press

ISBN: 0899009042

Category: Religion

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Hannah wonders if her bean plant can grow in just one day. "All things are possible with God," she says to herself. Watch and see what happens!

Author: Carlie Terradez

Publisher: Harrison House

ISBN: 1680315013

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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Wow! What an amazing story. And the most amazing part is that it is all true. God is alive and well today, and this true-life story illustrates how a little girl's simple faith produced a modern-day miracle. -Andrew Wommack, Founder & President Andrew Wommack Ministries & Charis Bible College This true story tells how the faith of a child resulted in the miraculous! You've heard the fairytale of Jack and the beanstalk, but have you heard the true story of Hannah and the beanstalk? You see, sometimes fairy tales do come true--especially when you add unwavering confidence in God and His Word! In Hannah and the Beanstalk, Carlie Terradez teaches children to use their faith even in the face of adversity. With whimsical and charming illustrations from Butch Hartman--well-known animator and illustrator--children and grown-ups alike will love reading about Hannah's miracle over and over again. This true-to-life account will inspire children, ages 3-8, to find their voice and speak their faith because all things are possible to those (even little people) who believe.
2020-05-19 By Carlie Terradez

A History of the Christian Church Earle E. Cairns. Showers, Renald E. ... The
author gives an accurate, scholarly study of W. B. Riley's role in fundamentalist
history. Wagner, Peter C. ... *Witmer, Safara A. The Bible College Story.
Manhassett ...

Author: Earle E. Cairns

Publisher: Zondervan

ISBN: 9780310829300

Category: Religion

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The third edition of Christianity Through the Centuries brings the reader up-to-date by discussing events and developments in the church into the 1990s. This edition has been redesigned with new typography and greatly improved graphics to increase clarity, accessibility, and usefulness. - New chapters examine recent trends and developments (expanding the last section from 2 chapters to 5) - New photos. Over 100 photos in all -- more than twice the number in the previous edition - Single-column format for greater readability and a contemporary look - Improved maps (21) and charts (39) Building on the features that have made Christianity Through the Centuries an indispensable text, the author not only explains the development of doctrines, movements, and institutions, but also gives attention to "the impact of Christianity on its times and to the mark of the times on Christianity."
2009-09-13 By Earle E. Cairns

The revisions and enlargements in the second edition are responses to those
who have used The Christian Story in college and seminary classes, in church
discussion groups, or as a resource in preaching, and have let the author know
what ...

Author: Gabriel J. Fackre

Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

ISBN: 0802841074

Category: Religion

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An original work in systematic theology, The Christian Story rises from, and strives to be a resource to, the life and witness of the church and its leadership. In addition to covering the standard teachings of Christianity-the doctrines of God, creation, the fall, covenant, Christ, salvation, church and consummation-Volume 1 presents Fackre's introduction to systematic theology. This revised third edition develops in more detail the doctrine of the Trinity, takes up the issues of religious pluralism and Jewish-Christian dialogue, and offers a perspective on angelology. New appendices discuss inclusive language and describe the surge of writing in the field of systematic theology.

A Biblical and Systematic Theology Gerald Bray ... nicholS, Research Professor
of Christianity and Culture, Lancaster Bible College; author, Welcome to the Story
“God Is Love is a warm, conversational, and contemporary systematic theology ...

Author: Gerald Bray

Publisher: Crossway

ISBN: 9781433522727

Category: Religion

Page: 768

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While there is no substitute for personal, faithful, and careful Bible reading and prayer, the Bible’s vast size and diversity can make distilling its truth a daunting task. Thus most Christians benefit from supplemental resources to help learn and apply what Scripture teaches. Renowned theologian, Gerald Bray has produced just such a resource in his new systematic theology. Though packed with robust content, he writes about this volume: “the aim . . . is to reach those who would not normally find systematic theology appealing or even comprehensible.” This volume is unique from others in that Bray traces the common theme of God’s love through the Bible categorically—from God’s love for himself and his creation to the cross as the ultimate expression of God’s love, among other categories. The centrality of God’s love in Bray’s theology reflects a deep conviction that the Bible shows us God for who he really is. This volume will be of interest to Christians seeking to grow in their faith.
2012-03-31 By Gerald Bray

In 1950, Samuel became Director of BCW when his father Rees Howells was taken into glory and he led the work for the next fifty-two years; living a life of faith and intercession.

Author: Richard A. Maton

Publisher: ByFaith Media

ISBN: 9781907066283

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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Updated in 2020. Samuel, Son and Successor of Rees Howells: Director of the Bible College of Wales – A Biography by Richard A. Maton. The ministry of Samuel Howells and the Bible College of Wales (BCW) have touched the lives of countless numbers of people all over the world. The author invites us on a lifelong journey with Samuel, to unveil his ministry at the College, life of prayer and the support he received from numerous staff, students and visitors, as the history of BCW unfolds alongside the Vision to reach Every Creature with the Gospel. In 1950, Samuel became Director of BCW when his father Rees Howells was taken into glory and he led the work for the next fifty-two years; living a life of faith and intercession. Samuel lived through a time of tumultuous change in the world, and oversaw the work of the Bible College and Emmanuel Grammar School as it sailed through six challenging decades. This biography remains as a historical record of the life of a great man of God, Samuel Howells, the Director of BCW, its four estates, school, and its worldwide ministry.
2018-02-01 By Richard A. Maton

He went on to pastor Central Bible Church in Kansas City and cofounded and
served as first president of Kansas City Bible College, now Calvary Bible College
. Walter Wilson, the “beloved physician,” often testified, “With regard to my own ...

Author: E. Michael Rusten

Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.

ISBN: 9781414328119

Category: Religion

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What happened on this date in church history? From ancient Rome to the twenty-first century, from peasants to presidents, from missionaries to martyrs, this book shows how God does extraordinary things through ordinary people every day of the year. Each story appears on the day and month that it occurred and includes questions for reflection and a related Scripture verse.
2014-01-10 By E. Michael Rusten

Wilmer Penner wrote and Doris Penner helped direct the Haven Group benefit
drama based on this book and we thank the actors who starred in our story .
Steinbach Bible College turns 75 this school year and we thank the alumni,
students, ...

Author: Faith Eidse

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 9781460200322

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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From the wheat fields and bargain stores of rural Manitoba, Ben and Helen Eidse were the first missionaries sent overseas by their conference. On the African savannah they partnered with the Chokwe-Lunda who taught them language, culture and proverbs, which Ben used to explain salvation. Helen delivered the leprosy cure, mothered orphans, cared for the excluded, sick and poor. Their partners helped establish 80 churches, translate the Bible and run 24 clinics. They deepened their faith in spiritual battle against sorcery and corruption. The Eidses sought to empower the powerless and raise a family despite revolution, disease and disability. Back in Canada, Helen took in the homeless and Ben became president of Steinbach Bible College. As first chancellor, he continues a counseling, healing prayer ministry....
2012-07 By Faith Eidse

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