I found this interesting... Dr Edward Martin, of Liberty University philosophy department, is also the program director for the department of philosophy at Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary. He has all the right degrees. See his Vitae here. I wonder why someone who is on the faculty at Liberty University would want to be connected to a school like Trinity. The man has a MA and a PhD in Philosophy from Purdue University, and a MA in the Philosophy of Religion and Systematic Theology from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He has presented papers at the Evangelical Theological Society on more than one occasion. So why is he connected with Trinity College of the Bible and Seminary? Trinity is still a candidate for accreditation by Higher Learning Commission and an affiliate of the North Central Association. What I find interesting, however, is that this information is at the bottom of their accrediation page. What is at the top? Their "accreditation" by NAPNSC which is not a real form of accreditation. They also promote, on their main homepage, their endorsement from the Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury, England. That endorsement is meaningless. Yet Trinity continues to use it to mislead people who are ignorant of the facts of accreditation. Shame on Trinity. Hopefully they will not be allowed full accreditation by NCAHLC. Maybe the fact that they have buried their candidate status with NCAHLC below their "accreditation" by NAPNSC and their meaningless endorsement from Canterbury Christ Church University indicates that they don't expect to gain full accreditation? Christians should spend their money at schools that are fully accredited. There are plenty of distance education options open to Christians today. There is no reason for a Christian to sign up at Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary. None. If Trinity really was the "proven leader in Theological Distance Education" they would be accredited. The fact that they are not accredited shows they are not a leader in anything in the world of education. They have promoted their meaningless endorsements for years. First they were endorsed by the University of Liverpool and now by the Canterbury Christ Church University. Both of those endorsements are 100% meaningless and for Trinity to pretend otherwise is dishonest. They have also claimed to be accredited by this NAPNSC for several years. NAPNSC is not a recognized accrediting agency. So Trinity has been dishonest about this as well. How can a true Christian school be this dishonest in its representation of itself? I ask you that question and I am going to email Dr Martin and ask him that very same question. Shame on Trinity! Wew, I feel much better now :saint: .