The R.C. Sproul Bible College

Ligonier Ministries and R.C. Sproul are pleased to announce the undergraduate programs at Ligonier Academy of Biblical and Theological Studies in Sanford, Florida. The founding of this Bible college establishes a premier center for discipleship and for in-depth instruction and fellowship in central Florida, united around Ligonier’s core ministry commitments. Applications are being accepted now for Fall 2011 enrollment.


“Ligonier Academy is a Bible college for the next generation that offers a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies, a Bachelor of Arts in Theological Studies, and an Associate of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies,” says founder and president, R.C. Sproul. “I am convinced that if you ground students in biblical truth at the college level, it will capture their thinking for the rest of their lives and enrich the church, and enrich the culture in which we live.”

Well, well, well…  Students will attend a school where the Chicago Statement on Inerrancy is the ideological cornerstone…   Sigh…

7 thoughts on “The R.C. Sproul Bible College

  1. Joel 14 Jul 2010 at 8:17 am

    Better that than the what the Scriptures actually say. Less confusing, more straightforward.


  2. Joel 14 Jul 2010 at 8:17 am

    um…one of the ‘the’s’ ain’t supposed to be there. I’ll let you decide which one


  3. JasonS 14 Jul 2010 at 9:50 am

    OK, I’ll be sucker enough to ask why you think it’s a problem that there’s a root in the CSI. I’d be much more concerned with the uber-reformed part.


    • Jim 14 Jul 2010 at 10:02 am

      because it claims more for the bible than the bible claims for itself. you’ll never find a line in the bible that suggest inerrancy. only god cannot err. and the bible isn’t god. more accurately, if inerrancy is defined as i define it, then and then alone can it be used of the bible.


  4. Jeremy 14 Jul 2010 at 10:02 am

    Enrich the the church and culture indeed! About as much as Joel’s blog!

    I thought it might be “throw in an extra the day.” 😉


  5. […] Jim West points out Ligionier Academy and R.C. Sproul are beginning their own undergraduate Bible college. Because what the country desperately needs right now is yet another new Bible college. Jim also points out Israel Finklestein’s web site with lots of good resources in archeology and ANE studies. […]


  6. Emerson Fast 14 Jul 2010 at 1:28 pm

    Oh bother,

    Whose thinking do I follow here? The inerrantists are so crusty and the neo-orthodox are much too giddy (like Uzzah, both of them see the precious things of God stumbling and have enough wanton pride to steady them).

    I suppose the good Lord would look on both camps and say “Neither!” or, as He did to Joshua before Jericho: “No!”


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