Bethlehem Bible College

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Bethlehem Bible College is a Christian evangelical college, founded in 1979 in Bethlehem,[1] under Israeli military occupation. It was created to prepare Christian leaders to serve Arab churches and society in the Holy Land. It trains students to model Christ-centeredness, humility and biblical wholeness.[2] The College uses Arabic as its primary language of instruction, and all courses are accredited through MEATE (Middle East Association for Theological Education), the Palestinian Ministry of Higher Education and several international theological organizations.[3]

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Bethlehem Bible College exists to train people to serve Christ in the world while advocating a Palestinian evangelical perspective by modeling Christ through community development. [4]

It has also become accredited by the Palestinian National Authority.[1]

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