If you are considering attending a Lutheran Bible college, then you will be studying at a university that embraces a rich tradition of faith that stretches all the way back to the birth of the Protestant Reformation. Lutheranism’s origins paint a colorful tapestry of faith that stretches into the present day and around the world.
The Lutheran Church was founded under perilous times in the world of Christianity. The year was 1517 and the only Christian church in most of Europe, the Catholic Church was plagued with corruption and serious theological problems that had been left unaddressed by those in power. Along came a faithful priest named Martin Luther, he nailed his infamous 95 Theses, a detailed list of the corruption and theological errors of the catholic church, to the door of the cathedral in Wittenberg, Germany. Soon after that crucial step, protestantism, and in particular, Lutheranism was born.
Lutheran churches need caring and well-prepared ministers to nurture their flocks. If you choose a quality seminary program from Lutheran Bible colleges, it could be you.
Evangelical Covenant Church Bible College
The Evangelical Covenant Church (ECC) is a sizeable evangelical body with a strong presence in the United States and Canada. The ECC is broadly evangelical now, but it has historically followed Lutheran theology.
There is one Evangelical Covenant Church Bible college:
- Alaska Christian College, an ECC Bible college in Alaska
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