Belfast Bible College

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Belfast Bible College
TypePrivate Religious College
Established1943
PrincipalHelen Warnock
Address
Glenburn House
Glenburn Road South
Belfast
BT17 9JP
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AffiliationsQueen's University, Belfast
University of Cumbria
Websitehttp://www.belfastbiblecollege.com

The Belfast Bible College is a private theological and Christian training college situated on the outskirts of Belfast, Northern Ireland. It was established in 1943 as the Belfast Bible School and Missionary Training Home. The college moved to its present site, Glenburn House in 1983.

The college offers a full range of courses in Theology. Courses are delivered in partnership with both the University of Cumbria and Queen's University Belfast.[1] The Belfast Bible College is also a constituent college of the Institute of Theology at Queen's University Belfast.[2]

The College does not belong to any single denomination but is a community drawn from 20 different denominations and 25 different countries.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "UK Bible Colleges - Belfast Bible College - Course Information".
  2. ^ Queen's University retrieved 2/Dec/2017

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