Andersonville Theological Seminary

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  1. Ingo Breuer

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    Is there anyone out here on baptistboard.com who is familiar with Andersonville Theological Seminary in Georgia which is a distance learning Bible school? If so, please let me know a little bit about your experience with them. I am about to enroll there, but I want to know if anybody else has made some experience with them.
     
  2. Bible-boy

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    This question has been asked here before. From what I remember of the old discussion you should run away, far far away! ;)
     
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    BB2, for what reasons (if you recall) should we run away?
     
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    As Dr. Bob references above here is some of the discussion that has taken place on the subject:

    Andersonville thread link
     
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    Andersonville Baptist Seminary, which is presently called Andersonville Theological Seminary is a good seminary school. I transferred from an Ivy League Theological Seminary and found my study at Andersonville to be spiritually rewarding. At Andersonville, one is given the opportunity to study at his/her own level, which means that you can set your own pace. The school is designed for responsible adults who want to know more about God by studying his word. Unlike most theological seminaries, the average student can afford to go to Andersonville without having to spend the rest of his/her life paying off college debts.

    The faculty is first quality and come from different areas of the USA. They are articulate and provide the student with a guided plan of study, which includes outlines, tests, and taped lectures. This school ranks in the category with some of our better Seminaries, which are usually much more expensive.

    I recommend Andersonville Theological Seminary to mature students who are serious about studying the word of God. Moreover, Andersonville Theological Seminary has a bookstore that complements the school. All of the courses that I took at Andersonville had supplementary reading lists that were quite comprehensive, which means that you can do as much in-depth study as you want.
     
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    Robertm982,

    I agree. I am enrolled with ATS, and am thoroughly enjoying the courses. I find them to be complete, and sometimes challenging, not the "diploma mill" that some have called it.

    In Christ,
    Trotter
     
  8. Dr. Bob

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    Duplicate topic and redundant. Closed.
     

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