Newburgh Seminary: One of the Top Semina

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Newburgh Theological Seminary and Newburgh College of the Bible is truly the finest theological seminary and Bible College in the world. They are very practical, yet scholarly. You will study the finest textbooks and learn from some of the greatest minds in the world. Congratulations to the entire staff of the school.
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Overview

Newburgh Theological Seminary and Newburgh College of the Bible is truly the finest theological seminary and Bible College in the world. They are very practical, yet scholarly. You will study the finest textbooks and learn from some of the greatest minds in the world. Congratulations to the entire staff of the school.
The Review Council and Academic Board

Newburgh Theological Seminary and Newburgh College of the Bible is on the cutting edge of good, solid training and education. We recommend them to meet your educational and ministerial training needs!
The Observer and Biblical Proclaimer

Earning Your Degree at Home just got better!
This school offers students around the world the opportunity to train for ministry and earn their degree while continuing to care for their families and maintain their duties while at home. This is truly a wondeful Christ-filled opportunity for a great education and a degree that will make any student proud.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781592680511
  • Publisher: Helpers in Ministries
  • Publication date: 11/28/2003
  • Pages: 84
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.20 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2008

    'Gray-t Learning!'

    As one who's been in (SBC) denominational schools before and completed two degrees in them (B.A. & M.R.E.), I found the work at Newburgh to be comparable to what I'd ex- perienced before, just not as much 'busy work' to do. Those leading the sessions compare well to those I had at various points in my academic years at NOBTS. It's a relatively (new) seminary, so I believe it will progress in various ways over time. Schools like Harvard or Southern Seminary have over a hundred years of support behind them. Ask the same question about NTS...a hundred years from now. I decided to do some more study for personal discipline, not for anything else--way beyond the 'climbing the ladder' part of my ministry. I've yet to regret the seminars I've attended. All have been taught by (former) profs at schools like Southern Seminary in Louisville and the like. Is their degree work meaning- less? I'd hardly doubt it! The 'bias' of average folks in church life today reminds me of fellows who favor 'one state secular school over another.' We always want to think ours is 'the best.' Might be in some cases, but...not in all. Again, accredita- tion comes and goes, even with major schools in our country. Nothing for some school to be 'put on probation' for a year or so for all sorts of reasons--sometimes doing wth academics. USM in Hattiesburg, MS...the university Brett Farve played for and gradu- ated from and now lives nearby...is but one example. They've just gotten back into 'good standing' with the accrediting agency which governs such schools. If what you're interested in demands such, go to a major denominational school. If you just want to improve your biblical knowledge and ministry skills, I'd highly recommend it. And as one who's been in the full-time pastorate for four decades now, I think I'm safe in sug- gesting that course of action. You never lose by trying to further your understanding of the Bible and improve your general minis- try skills.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2003

    Newburgh Seminary: One of the Top Semina

    I've tried two other long distance correspondence schools. I have studied this book and decided that my best ministry training will come through Newburgh Seminary. They are a class act with incredible ministry training opportunities.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2003

    Newburgh Seminary: One of the Top Semina

    I am a student at Newburgh Theological Seminary. I tried several other long-distance schools. All they wanted me to do was listen to a few tapes. Newburgh Theological seminary or NewburghSeminary.com has provided me with the finest Christian guidance I could ever hope for. To God be the glory for this school!

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