Good Bible College in my area?

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  1. AF Guy N Paradise

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    Does anyone know of a good, conservative Bible college within a few hours drive of San Antonio?
    And that also shares similar philosophies to places like Ambassador, West Coast, Pillsbury, Marantha, etc...
     
  2. EdSutton

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    How far away is "a few hours drive"? :confused:

    Since I know everything is often bigger in Texas, than say, KY. [​IMG]

    Well, 'cept maybe basketball! :rolleyes: [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Ed [​IMG]
     
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    I was born and raised in KY and still bleed blue today.
     
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    I live in Houston, and there's a good one here. Dallas too. But I'm drawing a blank about SA. (But I know of one that you should avoid.....)

    You might try Southern Evangelical Bible College, which has a very good distance learning program.
    www.ses.edu

    There's Abilene Christian University in Abilene. It's Church of Christ, which means it's conservative, but skewed about a few teachings.

    I'll check my records and see if I can find another.
     
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    I actually have my MA from Wayland when I was stationed in Hawaii ironically.

    But what I am after is a conservative Bible college that matches a good IFB church. I said good not bad... I used examples of others I know of earlier.
     
  7. Humblesmith

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    Harrumph.

    Can anything good come from San Antonio?
     
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    I just moved here from Hawaii. We like it so far.
     
  9. Rhetorician

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    AF Guy,

    If you could email or PM "Dr. Bob," one of the moderators/administrators,
    he might have an idea?

    sdg!

    rd
     
  10. Dr. Bob

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    I am befuddled when you linked "schools like West Coast and Maranatha". They are about as UNLIKE each other as you can get.

    Maranatha is not KJVonly.
    Maranatha is fully accredited.
    Maranatha is not an arm of a mega-church.
    Maranatha is historic ifb, not of the newer hylesish type ifbX

    But that said, I don't know of a school in your area that fits EITHER type per se. (Lots of help!)
     
  11. Humblesmith

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    DTS is an excellent school.
     

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