Tennessee Bible College
|This article relies too much on references to primary sources. (July 2010)|
|Tennessee Bible College|
|Motto||"Bible-Centered Higher Education"|
|Type||Private Bible College|
|Affiliation||Churches of Christ|
|Chancellor||Malcolm Hill (deceased - June 26, 2012)|
|Location||Cookeville, Tennessee, USA
Tennessee Bible College is a private college located in Cookeville, Tennessee. It is affiliated with the Churches of Christ. Tennessee Bible College is authorized by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission.
Tennessee Bible College was founded in 1975 by the first president of the college Malcolm Hill. Their vision was to create a college to train preachers and Bible workers. The focus is on Bible doctrine rather than doctrines of denominations.
TBC also has an online college. Students can receive a degree or certificate through an online program. The college encourages students to attend class on-ground rather than online; however, they realize it is impossible to attend traditional class for some students. The college also has a free Bible correspondence course.
- Two-Year Diploma in Bible
- Bachelor of Religious Education
- Master of Theology
- Doctor of Theology
- Malcolm Hill 1975-2010
- David Hill 2010–Present
Notable alumni and faculty
- Thomas B. Warren, faculty member, Restoration theologian, and religious philosopher