To Register Please call 719-591-6042

Email Swede@TheCFBC.com

Or: In person

411 Lakewood Circle 
Suite B-912

Colorado Springs, CO  80910
Or

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Welcome To The Colorado Free Bible College !

 

 

Have you ever sat in a Church Service or a Sunday School class and wondered how the teacher came to his/her conclusions?

 

Have you ever thought, “I’d like to teach, but I don’t seem to have the background?”

 

Are you in a financial squeeze, so that you may have spare time for learning but not the money to attend a college?

We have a possible solution for you.

 

The Colorado Free Bible College has programs for you that require no monetary outlay for tuition or basic textbooks. Our classes are adaptable depending on student needs. That is, the subjects are taught with each student’s background and strengths taken into account. We offer classes taken for completion credit or for audit.

There is one prerequisite for classes.

  • Everyone who takes classes at our school must take our one-semester course in Hermeneutics (History, Principles, and Practice of Biblical Interpretation), either prior to taking, or in conjunction with, other courses.
  • We offer Original Language programs in Greek and Hebrew.
  • For those who are interested in teaching or preaching we offer a program in Homiletics (principles and practice of preaching/teaching).
  • For those having knowledge of Greek, we offer a course in New Testament Textual Criticism. (What are the better original language texts of the New Testament?)
  • We have a two year survey program for English Bible.
  • We also offer a program in Creation Science.
  • And, as an adjunct to the rest of our Biblical courses, we promote the development of an inductive production of a Systematic Theology by the student.
  • Finally, we offer a 3 semester course in apologetics for a 'reasoned faith' of the Hope that is in us.

 

Textbooks for these courses are provided free of charge, having been written by our staff.

 

  • TAKING COURSES FROM THE COLORADO FREE BIBLE COLLEGE (CFBC).

     

    To begin with each student must register for classes IAW our Registration procedure contained on our website: ‘thecfbc.com’. You will fill out a registration form and submit it. You will, if accepted, receive a letter of acceptance from the CFBC. Then, depending on the classes taken (Every student must take Hermeneutics [Principles of Interpretation] your first semester in the CFBC.), There are three methods for taking courses from the CFBC.

     

    1. The First method is to Attend 1 per week classes in residence at the CFBC.

    a. Using this method involves downloading the books for your courses from our website:

    ‘thecfbc.com’.

    b. Begin your reading/study up through the assignment page for each study section.

    c. Fill out your answers in that sheet and email or bring it (or them) to the next CFBC class.

    d. Your answers will be scored, recorded, and returned to you.

    e. For each class there will be 2 Quizzes and 2 Exams per semester.

    i. Quizzes  will be closed book, so please put the more important information to memory.

    ii. Exams: Midterm and Final. A portion of each will be closed book (on your honor) and part will be open book.

     

    2. The Second is to take web furnished classes with the CFBC Class organizer via our currently provided Online server. Presently Cisco WebEx.  To find out more about this server

    a. place Cisco WebEx in your web browser window as shown below with the resultant web AD.

     

    b. You might ask for a demo and a free webex account. This will get you ready to receive instruction/lecture from the CFBC.

    c. It’s suggested that you reserve a 2-3hr block 1 day/night per week and contact the CFBC for further directions.

    a. Using this method involves downloading the books for your courses from our website:

    ‘thecfbc.com’.

    b. Begin your reading/study up through the assignment page for each study section.

    c. Fill out your answers in that sheet and email it to the CFBC using the Emailaddress, given below.

    d. Your answers will be scored, recorded, and returned to you.

    e. For each class there will be 2 Quizzes and 2 Exams per semester.

    i. Quizzes  will be closed book, so please put the more important information to memory.

    ii. Exams: Midterm and Final. A portion of each will be closed book (on your honor) and part will be open book.

     

     3. The Third method is straight correspondence either by Mail or Email.

    a. Using this method involves downloading the books for your courses from our website:

    ‘thecfbc.com’.

    b. Begin your reading/study up through the assignment page for each study section.

    c. Fill out your answers in that sheet and email or mail it to the CFBC using one of the addresses, given below.

    d. Your answers will be scored, recorded, and returned to you.

    e. For each class there will be 2 Quizzes and 2 Exams per semester.

    i. Quizzes  will be closed book, so please put the more important information to memory.

    ii. Exams: Midterm and Final. A portion of each will be closed book (on your honor) and part will be open book.

     

    US Mail Address

    The Colorado Free Bible College

    Attn: N. Carlson  Box 138

    411 Lakewood Circle

    Suite - B #912

    Colorado Springs, Co 80910

     

    Email Address

    swede@thecfbc.com

     

    How to download free books from our website

    Our web address is 'thecfbc.com'

    Or: just type"The Colorado Free Bible College" into your web browser.

    Go to the Home page.

    On the left hand column you'll see Menu.

    Go down the list to Publications.

    Clicking on publications will give you a three page list of Books.

    Find and click on Hermeneutics. This brings up a page with the front cover of the published book along with a description of the book.

    Under the cover you'll find a file name:

    PDF:

     HERMENEUTICS - An Antidote For 21st Century Cult Phenomena110b.pdf

    Click on the file name. The download will begin. Save the file.

    Ditto for any other books.