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Chris asks…

I would like to get a religious studies degree at the Bachelor Degree level, preferably somewhere that will?

 

Accept my previous college credits that I received at other secular state colleges over the past decade.

Where would you suggest a woman go to be effective in bible learning, as well as possible future career opportunities as a chaplain, missionary or counselor?

Cee Harmon answers:

Hi Chris,

Moody Bible College will take you, also Bethel College in Indiana.

Ken asks…

what bible college should I go to?

I want to join the mission field. I want it to be a bible college. I want to send the word of God to other countries and such. I don’t care if its all girls or not. plz help! thanks.

Cee Harmon answers:

Hello Ken,

Look into some Christian or Bible colleges.  Do a Google internet search on these.  Just copy and paste theses into the Google search box.  Some are:

Nazarene Bible College (Colorado)
New England Bible College (Maine)

International Miracle Institute — IMI Live (Florida)
Grace University (Nebraska)
Davis College (New York)
Trinity Bible College (North Dakota)
Montana Bible College (Montana)
Coastland University (California)
Central Bible College (Missouri)
Cascade College (Oregon)
Dallas Christian College (Texas)

There are so many more.  Much success in your search.

 

Sandy asks…

May someone give me a complete list of traditional universities that offer online degrees?

Please help.

Cee Harmon answers:

Hi Sandy,

By far, the most comprehensive guide of universities offering online degrees is Bears’ Guide to Earning Degrees by Distance Learning.  Another source is Degree.net.

There are over 900 universities that offer complete online degrees, so it would not be possible to list them all here (there is a character limit on responses). If you provide an update to your question that asks about a specific course of study, I can provide you with a very detailed list of accredited universities offering that degree online.

Here’s the Guide:

Bears Guide to Earning Degrees by Distance Learning

Bear’s Guide to Earning Degrees by Distance Learning – click on the image below for more information.

Bears Guide to Earning Degrees by Distance Learning

Bear’s Guide to Earning Degrees by Distance Learning

For 30 years, BEAR’S GUIDE TO EARNING DEGREES BY DISTANCE LEARNING is the most comprehensive, respected, and opinionated guide to the potential minefield of non-traditional education. It’s often faster, cheaper, and even better to earn an associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, doctorate, medical, or law degree off campus. As more schools bring the classroom to the student through mail, video, and the internet, the need for an accurate, up-to-date, and technically savvy resource is more crucial than

Bears Guide to Earning Degrees by Distance Learning

Click on the button for more Bear’s Guide to Earning Degrees by Distance Learning information and reviews.

 

Thomas asks…

how does one join the lutheran church out of curiosity?

My friend is baptist and was baptized not to long ago and she wants to join a lutheran church. does she need to go through confirmation or anything to do so?

Cee Harmon answers:

Hi Thomas,

Walk through the door and talk to the Pastor. That’s it. As long as you are sincere you can join. Although you may have to take a few short classes as to what Lutherans believe before you can receive Holy Communion.

Lutherans hold that the Bible is the complete inerrant Word of God to His children and is authoritative, powerful and effectual in conveying Gods truth independent of the whims of pop culture. The Lutheran church is a ‘doctrinal’ church. That is, they they make definitive declarations of faith utilizing ‘creeds’.

The Lutheran church is a ‘traditional church’. That is, that they do the same things the same way over the centuries thus providing continuity and a steadfast baseline of religious practice as a defense against wayward pastors, changing opinion and circumstance.

The Lutheran church’s Pastors are college educated seminary graduates. They are learned and Biblically literate and can provide answer to those that ask for clarifications concerning issues and faith which are discerned through scripture and historical knowledge.

Mary asks…

What’s the difference between UCC and Lutheran?

Cee Harmon answers:

Hi Mary,

The UCC is the United Church of ChristThe United Church of Christ came into being in 1957 with the union of two Protestant denominations: the Evangelical and Reformed Church and the Congregational Christian Churches.  This denomination currently has over 5,600 churches and 1.2 million members.

Here’s a video by the UCC Church explaining what they’re all about:

UCC 101

UCC 101.  United Church of Christ video.

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Now, about the Lutheran Church:

The conservative branch of Lutheran Church is the “Lutheran Church Missouri Synod” which doesn’t focus on what people want to hear but instead teaches what the Bible has to say.
The Bible has one thing to say and it is something that does not change with time, location, technology or political correctness.

The Lutheran church’s complete foundation is Jesus Christ, the Son of God and is God, who came down from Heaven and took on the flesh as a man and died on the cross for our transgressions.
We are saved by Grace through faith, not by works but what Jesus has done for us. There is but one way to Heaven and it is through Jesus Christ.

Here’s a video from the Lutheran Church of the Cross ELCA:

Lutheran Church of The Cross ELCA Bishop Tom Aitken

We’re a growing and friendly 1400-member congregation of the ELCA with great youth and music programs. We accept and advocate basic definitions of Christianity and Lutheranism. Our members include young and old, working and retired, year-round and se…

Be sure to visit the Lutheran Church website at:  http://www.elca.org/

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