Colegio Biblico y Teologico Eben-ezer Inc.

" Capacitando y adiestrando al obrero para que no tenga de que avergonzarse"

     Colegio Bíblico y Teológico Eben-ezer Inc. has been fully accredited by the World-Wide Accreditation Commission of Christian Educational Institutions (WWAC), of Richmond, Virginia. Anyone wising to contact them for verification call the executive president, Dr. Paul Richardson, at (804) 276-4709.  The W.W.A.C. has chosen not to seek endorsement by either the EAES or COPA, but is a rapidly growing and respected network of over 200 schools on the cutting edge of the cause of Christ.

 


 

      Colegio Bíblico y Teológico Eben-ezer Inc is a member accredited of the Western Collegium of Bible Schools. Their administrator, Dr. Leroy Mikels, may be contacted at (360) 577-0586.



NATIONAL BIBLE COLLEGE ASSOCIATION
PRIVATE CHRISTIAN ACCREDITATION

Member # PR2014022
Member Since: March 2014
Expires: Feb 28, 2018


North American Association Of Bible Colleges and Seminaries 

Congratulations,
Your  Bible college / Seminary has been granted Religious Accreditation by the NAABCS. An electronic certificate of Accreditation has been attached as a .jpg to this e-mail. You can save it to your computer, print it out, or even post it on your school web site.  I pray we have been a blessing to you and I pray that God will bless and multiply your school for His Glory, Amen !

In Christ’s Service,
Rev. Christopher J. Derring,Th.D
NAABCS - Chairman  

 

 


  Therefore our Accreditation is Religious in nature not Academic, we make our decisions  based upon the Spirit of the school, their contribution to the body of Christ,(the church) and their heart towards our Lord Jesus Christ. Accreditation is Not based upon Academic checkpoints or requirements. “But rather, Religious and Spiritual Ones. 

Congratulations,

You Bible college / Seminary has been granted Religious Accreditation by the NAABCS.

In Christ,

                              Bishop C.J. Derring,Th.D


 

THE SPIRITUAL ASPECT OF ACCREDITATION

Over the years the word accreditation, as used by those involved in higher education has acquired various interpretations, but basically it indicates that some outside body of educators have examined a school and found it to be doctrinally, academically, and financially reliable, and has certified that it meets their ethical standards. The purpose is to simply assure the public that the school is a reputable establishment.

There is no such requirement as Federal or State accreditation of a religious institution, because the civil government has no authority to regulate religious teachings or which certificates or religious degrees upon completion of such education may be issued. This is a matter of separation of Church and State. Politicians and civil authorities must never be allowed to officially endorse or disapprove directly or indirectly the beliefs and practices of churches or their schools. A casual survey of Church history shows that such linkage with "Caesar" eventually leads to infringement upon conscience, bondage, and corruption. Therefore, to be accredited by any agency, which in turn is controlled by the U.S. Department of Education, would to some degree be a compromise of the separation principle and constitute a violation of the Church's sovereignty.

[Dr. Paul Richardson]