Tennessee Bible College is a Christian school dedicated to training Bible preachers and Christian workers in Bible doctrine, apologetics and evangelism. The school was established in 1975 by the late Malcolm L. Hill.
Bible doctrine, rather than denominational doctrine, is the focus at TBC. The school is authorized by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission to confer a bachelor's degree in religious education; master's and doctorate degrees in theology; and a two-year preacher's certificate.
Cookeville, Tennessee, is the home base of the college, but students all over the world may take courses through TBC's Distance Learning Program. Free Bible correspondence courses are also available.
"At Tennessee Bible College, we desire to teach and train men in such a way as to make them fully capable to preach and defend the gospel of Christ," said the late TBC Chancellor Malcolm Hill. "The college is open to women as well to train them to be excellent Bible teachers and Christians. The Bible is loved, honored, respected and reverenced in every phase of our work.
"Those attending Tennessee Bible College will find a warm and personal atmosphere between students and faculty. The faculty takes an interest in each student. It is our wish to see men and women go out into the world and be a tremendous influence for what is good and right."