Tennessee Bible College

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Tennessee Bible College
Motto "Bible-Centered Higher Education"[1]
Established 1975
Type Private Bible College
Religious affiliation Churches of Christ
Chancellor Malcolm Hill (deceased - June 26, 2012)
President David Hill
Vice-president Glenn Ramsey
Location Cookeville, Tennessee, USA United States
36°09′20″N 85°28′03″W / 36.1555°N 85.4675°W / 36.1555; -85.4675Coordinates: 36°09′20″N 85°28′03″W / 36.1555°N 85.4675°W / 36.1555; -85.4675
Website http://www.tn-biblecollege.edu

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.[2]

History[edit]

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.[3]

Distance Learning[edit]

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.[4] The college also has a free Bible correspondence course.[5]

Degrees[edit]

  • Two-Year Diploma in Bible
  • Bachelor of Religious Education
  • Master of Theology
  • Doctor of Theology

Presidents[edit]

  • Malcolm Hill 1975-2010
  • David Hill 2010–Present

Notable alumni and faculty[edit]

  • Thomas B. Warren, faculty member, Restoration theologian, and religious philosopher

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