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Biblical Studies

Biblical Studies

Interpretation of the Bible remains a controversial matter not only in the church, but also the academy. How about a degree that would better enable you to understand and apply the Scriptures? ...

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Missions

Intercultural Studies (Missions)

As the “global village” shrinks and the workplace becomes international and multinational, it is more likely that Christians in a variety of technical and professional disciplines ...

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Youth Ministries

The B.A./B.S. in Youth Ministries is designed to equip and prepare students for comprehensive ministry focused on youth. Both versions of the Youth Ministries degree are designed as comprehensive ...

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Church Leadership

Church Leadership

The B.A/B.S in Church Leadership is for those who are seeking to serve as leaders in the local church. Both versions of the Church Leadership degree are designed as comprehensive majors. They are ...

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Philosophy

The Philosophy programs are designed to develop analytic thinking skills and give students an understanding of major themes in the history of philosophy and how those have affected the world....

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Theology, Church Ministries, and Missions


schoolThe undergraduate program of the Seminary draws upon Central Bible College, Assemblies of God Theological Seminary and Evangel University’s combined 190 years of experience in preparing pastors, missionaries, chaplains and other Christian educators for Spirit-empowered leadership in ministries worldwide.

Integrating the best of all three traditions, the School delivers enhanced ministerial education in a variety of traditional, hybrid and accelerated formats, all the way from bachelor’s to doctoral degrees in Bible and Theology, Ministry, Missiology, philosophy and Intercultural Studies. In association with the Center for Holy Land Studies, and the seminary offer enhanced contextual learning in the Land of the Bible.

 

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