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As Biblical’s president I have the privilege of working with faculty and staff members who are committed to equipping students with the tools needed to lead a changing culture to Christ. The Bible and its message of grace are at the core of all we do personally and institutionally.
Here are a few of the things that make Biblical a special place to study:
* Our faculty is hired for their ability to engage students in the classroom. These educational leaders impact the lives of our students through their care and compassion. The faculty at Biblical also holds degrees from some of the most prestigious doctoral programs in the world.
* Our missional curriculum approaches today’s culture with a respect for the past and anticipation for tomorrow. Biblical is nationally accredited and is committed to offering courses and graduate degree programs that seek excellence in preparing our students for ministry.
We hope you will give us the privilege of helping you develop your gifts, abilities, and love for Christ.
Biblical began as Biblical School of Theology in 1971 through the shared vision of Dr. Allan A. MacRae, former president of Faith Theological School, and Dr. Jack W. Murray, president of Biblie Evangelism, Inc.
Dr. MacRae and his colleagues became the founding faculty and classes began meeting in Hatfield, Pennsylvania. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania granted Biblical the right to grant degrees in 1974; in 1978 the school's name was changed to Biblical Theological Seminary.
Dr. David G. Dunbar was inaugurated as Biblical's third president in 1986. Biblical was accredited by the Middle States Association in 1990 and by the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada in 1995.
Biblical Seminary is:
* rooted in a deep love of the Bible
* friendly and accepting
* culturally aware