ABOVE ALL, KNOW GOD
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“You may be called to be a pastor or missionary—or even the best physicist or economist that God has ever put on the earth. But whatever you do, get the knowledge of God as the foundation for whatever God calls you to.” – R.C. Sproul
The knowledge of God directs our path as we learn to “discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect” (Romans 12:2). This truth compels us to seek God first in every aspect of our life, including our vocational aspirations, relying on His holiness, goodness, and sovereignty to be our guide. Reformation Bible College believes, as the Scriptures teach, the surest foundation for life is built on knowing God above all.
The educational philosophy of Reformation Bible College is rooted in the grand tradition of classical Christian education. The cornerstone of our academics is rigorous study of God’s Word and the doctrines of historic Reformed theology. Every semester you will learn the great works of literature, philosophy, theology, and music of the western world, studying them from a Christian understanding. Rather than teach you what to think, we strive to teach you how to think so that you will be equipped to discern good from evil, truth from falsehood, and beauty from ugliness.
"I would have given anything to have been able to go to a college like this after I graduated from high school." That’s what I thought after we finalized the curriculum for Reformation Bible College. After many years of praying and planning, we developed a program that emphasizes the triumvirate of virtues revealed in Scripture and embodied in God Himself: the good, the true, and the beautiful. These are things of eternal consequence. Ligonier Ministries has long endeavored to help remind the church of what is good, true, and beautiful, and Reformation Bible College is key to this ongoing mission.
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