The National Bible College is an inter-denominational Christian organisation established in 1932 at Harrow Weald in Middlesex, England.
The aim of the College is to proclaim the integrity and Divine inspiration of Holy Scripture as the Word of Almighty God; the Gospel of the coming Kingdom of heaven on earth, and with that in view, the Gospel of personal salvation in The Lord Jesus Christ.
The College further emphasises the identity, significance and responsibility of the Anglo-Saxon, Celtic and related Christian nations as witnesses for God in the world.
DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAMME
An early Prospectus at 4 Buckingham Gate.
In 1936 the Faculty of our College at Harrow Weald inaugurated a Correspondence Course for the benefit of those unable to attend College lectures. Although the College had to be given up after the outbreak of war the Correspondence Course, which had proved such a popular adjunct, continued to expand considerably, and students enrolled from Cornwall to the Orkneys; from Newfoundland to British Columbia; from New York to Venezuela; Australia and New Zealand; Africa from the Cape to Kenya; and from many other countries. Students included men and women from almost every walk of life.
The correspondence course has formed the basis for a revised Distance Learning Programme currently available.
The Late Rev William Pascoe Goard F.R.G.S.
Former principal of the College
Principal: David J. Aimer
Programme Co-ordinator: Martin Lightfoot