Baptist Bible College Canada and Theological Seminary

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Baptist Bible College Canada and Theological Seminary
MottoDoctrininally Biblical Distinctly Baptist: The first duty of preachers is to preach!
TypeTheological college & Seminary
Established1978
AffiliationBaptist
PresidentRev. Alan Feere
Vice-presidentRev. Michael MacDonald
Location, ,
Campussuburban
ColoursRed and White          
Websitebaptistbiblecollegecanada.org

Baptist Bible College Canada and Theological Seminary was established by Dr. Harry Strachan Sr. in 1978. It was officially incorporated by the province of Ontario on May 25, 1984 under the Baptist Bible College Canada and Theological Seminary Act. The college presently operates as a distance education school training pastors for Baptist churches in Canada and elsewhere.[1]

Status[edit]

In 1984, the Ontario legislature officially recognized the seminary as a degree-granting institution through the passage of "An Act to Incorporate Baptist Bible College Canada and Theological Seminary, 1984".[2]

Governance[edit]

The seminary is governed by a board of trustees, roughly half of which is made up of members and officials of the Bethel Baptist Church, and a Senate composed of the faculty, school administrators and several trustees.[citation needed]

Academic programs[edit]

The institution offers undergraduate programs.

Undergraduate Programs include:

  • Associate of Theology Diploma (2 years)
  • Associate of Religious Education Diploma (2 years)
  • Graduate of Theology Diploma (3 years)
  • Graduate of Religious Education Diploma (3 years)
  • Bachelor of Theology Degree (B.Th.) (4 years)
  • Bachelor of Religious Education Degree (B.R.E.) (4 years)

Graduate Programs include:

  • Master of Religious Education Degree (M.R.E.)
  • Master of Theology Degree (M.Th.)

Post Graduate Programs include:

  • Doctor of Religious Education Degree (D.R.E.)
  • Doctor of Theology Degree (Th.D.)[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ General Information, Baptist Bible College Canada and Theological Seminary website, retrieved July 25, 2014
  2. ^ General Information, Baptist Bible College Canada and Theological Seminary website, retrieved July 25, 2014

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 42°51′05″N 80°16′50″W / 42.85143°N 80.28048°W / 42.85143; -80.28048