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Shelton College was a private, Christian, liberal arts college that was located in Cape May, New Jersey. It was involved in a landmark case requiring religious schools to acquire a state license to grant academic degrees.
The college motto was "Training Christian Warriors."
Carl McIntire was instrumental in the leadership of the college from the early 1940s until it closed in 1991.
From 1925-1952 the "National Bible Institute"'s headquarters were located at 340 West 55th Street in New York City and was known as the National Bible Institute School and Dormitory.
In September 1973, McIntire became Chancellor.
In New Jersey Board of Higher Education v. Shelton College, the Supreme Court of New Jersey forbade Shelton from granting degrees without a state license. The school became a certificate granting institution until it closed in 1992.
In 2014, the roof collapsed and the building was demolished.
- Bachelor of Arts (BA)
- Bachelor of Sacred Theology (STB)
- Bachelor of Theology (BTh)
- Bachelor of Divinity (BD)
- Bachelor of Religious Education (BRE)
- Master of Religious Education (MRE)
- Edwin M. Yamauchi, historian
- Spiros Zodhiates, author and Biblical scholar
- Ronald E. Manahan, president of Grace College and Theological Seminary
- Timothy Tow, principal of Far Eastern Bible College
- Jack Murray, President
- Arthur E. Steele, President
- Francis Nigel Lee, Theology
- Virginia Ramey Mollenkott, English
- Gary G Cohen, Physics
- Dr. Gordon Drake, Vice President
Shelton College publishes a theological journal, The Bible Today.
- Rhoads, Gladys Titzck and Nancy Titzck Anderson (2012). McIntire: Defender of Faith and Freedom. Maitland, FL: Xulon Press. p. 101. ISBN 9781619962316.
- "The Bible Today". PCA Historical Center: Periodical Holdings - The Bible Today (1941-1951). Retrieved 18 September 2015.
- Laplaca, Bryan (18 February 1965). "Shelton College". Retrieved 18 September 2015 – via NorthJersey.com.
- "Rules Are Strict At Shelton". St. Petersburg Times. 26 December 1973.
- Supreme Court of New Jersey (1982). "New Jersey Board of Higher Education v. Shelton College". Retrieved 24 April 2017.
- See Russell Kirk, "Shelton College and State Licensing of Religious Schools: An Educator's View of the Interface Between the Establishment and Free Exercise Clauses," Law & Contemporary Problems, 44:2 (Spring 1981), 169-184 [Kirk's article is excellent in what it asserts, but some historical details are in need of correction]. The Ringwood Campus, called "Skylands," became the New Jersey Botanical Gardens in 1984 New Jersey Botanical Gardens website
- "What ever happened to Shelton College?". Cape May New Jersey. Archived from the original on September 28, 2008. Retrieved February 24, 2015.
- Kirk, Russell (1981). "Shelton College and State Licensing of Religious Schools: An Educator's View of the Interface Between the Establishment and Free Exercise Clauses". Duke University.
- "Former Shelton College building to be demolished after roof collapse". Shore News Today.
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