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Millennium Bible Institute

Millennium Bible Institute was founded as an initiative to increase Christian godliness through the edification process that is governed by the Holy Spirit. Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.  2 Timothy 2:15

Mission

Millennium Bible Institute exists to serve the educational needs of individuals who may be unable to relocate to pursue their Biblical educational goals. The belief of freedom of choice is further exemplified in the overt effort to avoid forcing any one denominational doctrine upon students. The Gospel of the of the Lord Jesus Christ is a message of hope, healing and freedom. Many who have experienced the liberating power of this gospel have answered God’s call to the ministry.

The faculty at Millennium Bible Institute perceives our mission to be the directing of the student through a maze of relevant knowledge to his/her declared goal of achievement. The faculty has endeavored to design courses to meet the following objectives.

  1. Development of a systematic method of problem solving based on logical and Godly principals.
  2. Development of an attitude of academic excellence.
  3. Thirst for knowledge and hunger for spiritual truth and correct doctrine.
  4. Respect for the truth, both demonstrable and Divinely revealed.
  5. Acute awareness of Creator/creation relationship.

Description

Millennium Bible Institute was founded as an initiative to increase Christian godliness through the edification process that is governed by the Holy Spirit through study of the word of truth. Our mission is to educate and train ambassadors of Christ who will spread the word of reconciliation and publish the Manifold Wisdom of God.

Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not
to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. (2 Timothy 2:15)

Beliefs

What We Believe About the Fundamentals of the Faith: We believe in the virgin birth of Jesus Christ; We believe in the deity of Jesus Christ, that He was very God and very man; We believe in the Blood Atonement provided by Jesus Christ on the Cross as the means for forgiveness of sins; We believe …

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Statement Of Faith

We teach that salvation is by grace through faith in the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. We teach the inspiration of the Scriptures and their preservation in the 1611 King James Authorized Version of the Bible. We believe the Bible we teach from is the inerrant, eternal, infallible word of the Living God, …

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2 comments

  1. Charles

    Question:

    How do I respond to critics of the KJV regarding the new versions problem, when so many websites falsely state that the KJV is only based on 5 manuscripts and the newer versions are based on 5664 more ancient manuscripts. This is pure fabrication, but I see it on a lot of “prominent” apologetic websites. How is it that so many “well meaning” apologists are so deceived on this issue? In my view the newer versions are indefensible on any level, if one simply looks at the facts. Can you send me some references regarding the manuscript documentation for the KJV manuscripts versus the new age manuscripts?

    Best Regards,

    Charles
    Luke 18:1(KJV)

  2. graceage_wpinst

    Charles,
    I don’t know where these people are getting their information, but the KJV is the only Bible printed in English today that is taken from Textus Receptus, the majority text (MT). Every Bible translated since 1881 is taken from the 45 minority texts, none of which even agree with each other. The two most notable are Vaticanus (Codex B) and sinaiticus (codex aleph). These two corrupt Greek texts produced the translation of Wescott and Hort, from which all modern translations are taken.
    I recommend “New Age Versions of the Bible” by GE Ripplinger for more information. Don’t be discouraged. You have the correct Bible!

    Rick Davis
    Vice President, MBI

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