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Pentecostal Bible Schools

This list of Bible schools is offered without cost as a resource to our visitors and we do not ask for any advertising compensation from the institutions listed there. However, we would not be able to continue our ministry or internet presence without the financial support of our members and friends. These are institutions that are operated by Pentecostal/charismatic denominations, have stated that they are Pentecostal/charismatic, or are generally recognized as being a Pentecostal/charismatic institution. Some of these institutions teach controversial doctrines, and many do not offer accredited degrees.For a more complete list of seminaries that have Pentecostal/charismatic faculty, see Pentecostal Charismatic Theological Inquiry. Please Note: The Pneuma Foundation does not operate any Bible schools or have any affiliation with any of the institutions listed here. The Foundation does not offer bursaries or scholarships to perspective students. Please contact the school of your choice with questions about financial assistance.

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Latest updates or additions made to this index on: August 6, 2013.


In the United States

Learn hands-on in this two year program in the context of a local church. Part of the Vineyard Church of Columbus.

For a more complete list of Theological Seminaries in North America, see the list maintained by Fuller Theological Seminary. Christianity Today Online also provides a guide toevangelical seminaries and graduate schools.

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