Evangelical Assembly of Presbyterian Churches in America Bible School
The Evangelical Assembly of Presbyterian Churches in America is a relatively new denomination, having begun in 2004. The denomination has quickly grown, however, and now has churches in each state. It holds to presbyterian, evangelical and educational commitments.
There’s one Bible school of the Evangelical Assembly of Presbyterian Churches in America:
- Olivet University, a Bible school of the EAPCA
Korean Presbyterian Church Abroad Bible School
Formerly the Korean Presbyterian Church in America, the Korean Presbyterian Church Abroad is a Korean denomination that’s in close communication with the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. The denomination has both Korean- and English-speaking presbyteries.
There’s one Bible school of the Korean Presbyterian Church Abroad:
- Presbyterian Theological Seminary in America, a KPCA Bible school
Other Accredited Christian Universities and Bible Colleges for Reformed Students
Along with schools that are tied to specific reformed denominations, there are also several schools that technically stand independent of any denomination but share in the reformed tradition. These reformed Bible colleges are historically linked with denominations, adhere to confessions like the Westminster Confession of Faith or Heidelberg Catechism, and/or teach reformed theology.
- Bethlehem College and Seminary, a Bible college that teaches reformed theology
- Grace Mission University, a Korean Bible college that’s historically presbyterian
- International Reformed University and Seminary, a Korean presbyterian university with reformed theoloy
- Kuyper College, a reformed Bible college
- Southern Reformed College and Seminary, a Korean Bible college with reformed theology