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Crossroads Pursues Merger with College of Biblical Studies in Houston
“CBS-Houston brings value to CBC such as regional accreditation, a developed online platform, and a strong team of professionals with a history of success….”
— Dr. Charles Ware, President Emeritus
Small class sizes generate greater discussion & student involvement.
A multiethnic and diverse student life gives greater perspective.
More than just abstract ideas, you’ll get intentional biblical training.
Opportunities to Engage
CBC’s urban ministry focus provides many opportunities to serve in the city.
Theology isn’t theoretical. You’ll learn how to put your training into practice. Now.
At CBC, you’ll experience a community of like-minded individuals.
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The US Department of Education’s College Affordability and Transparency Report has ranked Crossroads Bible College as the lowest net tuition in Indiana for 4-year private, nonprofit institutions. Net tuition is calculated by subtracting the cost of attendance from...read more
Indianapolis, IN – Crossroads Bible College, with a campus in Indianapolis and an additional location Ft. Wayne, has entered into an agreement to pursue a merger with the College of Biblical Studies in Houston, Texas. The two Bible colleges...read more
Are you interested in returning to school? Are you a transfer student with previous course work completed at another college? Are you a first-time freshman? If so, then consider Crossroads for Fall 2018 and enroll in one of our 5 Bachelor of Science programs. Attend...read more
Most people do not realize how intimately connected the popular idea of evolution and the worst racist ideology in history are. Ken Ham and Dr. Charles Ware reveal the compelling history of the effect of an evolution-based belief system on the history of the United States, including slavery, the Civil Rights Movement, and abortion. They go beyond politically-correct speech to show the tragic global harvest of death and tragedy that stems from Darwin’s controversial beliefs.