Bible College of South Australia
The Bible College of South Australia, formerly known as the Adelaide Bible Institute, is an interdenominational and evangelical Bible College in Adelaide, South Australia. It offers courses accredited through the Australian College of Theology.
The World-Wide Evangelisation Training Centre was established in 1924 founded by James Butler and Sam Barrett, it changed its name to the Adelaide Bible Institute in 1932. In 1949 a residential college was established in the suburb of Payneham, later moving to Victor Harbor in 1963. In 1973 the college was renamed as the Bible College of South Australia, and in 1980 was moved to its present location in Malvern.
Notable people associated with the Bible College include:
- Geoffrey Bingham, past Principal
- James Butler, founder
- Australian College of Theology: Affiliated Colleges
- "Adelaide Bible Institute.". The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931-1954) (Adelaide, SA: National Library of Australia). 26 July 1932. p. 10. Retrieved 27 June 2011.
- Calvert, John David (2000), A history of the Adelaide Bible Institute (ABI) 1924-1962 with special reference to the development of its theological education., unpublished M.A. thesis at the University of South Australia
- "CHURCH NOTES.". The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931-1954) (Adelaide, SA: National Library of Australia). 27 February 1932. p. 7. Retrieved 27 June 2011.
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