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Apologetics315 Interview with the president of Columbia Evangelical Seminary

Dr. Walston answers these questions . . .
• What does the college offer?
• What is mentorship study?
• How are the courses self-paced?
• How is coursework customized for each student?
• How does a student select their mentor?
• Who are some of the faculty?
• Is CES accredited? Why not?
• What to watch out for with accreditation
• Who needs an accredited school?
• Who is this school not for?
• Who is this school a good match for?
• Does CES measure up to 'brick and mortar' schools?
• What are the degree programs CES offers?
• What are the tuition costs? (with comparisons)
• And more...

January 3, 2012: Columbia Evangelical Seminary Named one of the Top Ten! The on-line organization “TheBestSchools.org” published a list of “The Top 10 Graduate Programs in Christian Apologetics.” CES made is on that list. A Hearty Congratulations to out to all CES staff, faculty, and student body! See the list here "Top Ten Includes CES!"

January 2012: CES Graduate Passes Away: Jack Hunka—a CES Doctor of Religion graduate 1992—passed away in December, 2011. Jack was an early student of CES, being the 17th student to enroll with CES. Dr. Phil Fernandes served as Jack’s mentor. Jack was also a B.A. graduate of Central Bible College (Springfield, MO., 1964) and he held an M.Div. from Western Evangelical Seminary (Portland, OR., 1967). Dr. Hunka was born in 1929, and lived in Canada with his wife (of 58 years) Lillian. Jack was an educational missionary to Ukraine where he established three seminaries, one in Chernivtsi, one in Ternopil, and one in Yalta. He also planted or helped plant more than a dozen churches. Please keep Jack’s widow, Lillian (80 years old), in your prayers.

 

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