Apr 9th 2010, 02:58 PM
I need to pick 6 colleges to send my ACT's that they send automatically.
So far I have
Appalachian Bible College (WV)
Moody Bible Institute (Chicago)
Calvary Bible College (Kansas City Missouri)
I am looking for two more that I potential could go to.
Apr 15th 2010, 10:54 PM
Crown College is a nice place. I visited there. Its a neat building, shaped like a cross, and the arms are the dorms and the long part is the class. Its a small college. Its about 30 minutes or so west of Minneapolis in St. Bonifus (spelling may be wrong). Small town and if you do'nt mind rural areas, the college is in the country. But being 30 minutes from the Twin Cities, thats not too far for a weekend trip to the mall or something. Maybe its more then 30 but I don't remember it being more than an hour. Its a nice area, nice school, nondemominational, I didn't go due to not having the money to go there. But I would have gone there if it were possible. God had another plan for me though.
Here is the site
May 14th 2010, 11:18 PM
Thanks for the suggestion, my first option is Appalachian, but if not I would not mind going to Moody in Chicago. I really don't mind rural areas (the town I live in now has 939 or so)
May 15th 2010, 01:12 AM
Many have high opinions of Pensacola Christian College (http://www.pcci.edu/). I have some personal reservations about it, but would not suggest any not prayerfully consider it as an option.
Jun 17th 2010, 04:03 AM
Pensacola Christian College isn't an accredited university. I would imagine that a degree from such a university would be worth very little.
Jun 23rd 2010, 06:55 PM
There is Asbury University (used to be college) but it is Wesleyan but it does teach non-wesleyan doctrine. The only thing is it is private, thus can be expensive.
I would also suggest looking at some schools that have religious studies programs. These schools will mostly be state schools but many times you can find professors who actually believe the Bible and teach it well and it is a good way of getting a degree from an accredited school and one that has several options incase you find that you would rather not study the Bible. These programs also usually have classes in other religions and in church history, theology, and other fields related to the study of religion.