Graham Bible College is committed to the historic Christian faith and its foundation in Holy Scripture.

From the very beginning, the College was established as a bulwark against the humanism and rationalism which assailed the Church in the 20th century. These errors and others were countered by a staunch affirmation of the plenary verbal inspiration of the Scriptures, and an education thoroughly biblical in both content and philosophy. Graham embodies this approach as truly today as it did then.

Our Commitment to the Bible

Graham Bible College and all its faculty affirm that the entire canon of 66 inspired books is the only authoritative and infallible rule of faith and practice. Scripture is, as the Westminster Confession asserts, “The Supreme Judge, by which all controversies of religion are to be determined, and all decrees of councils, opinions of ancient writers, doctrines of men and private spirits, are to be examined” (1 Corinthians 2:13; 1 Thessalonians 2:13).

Our Commitment to Our Students

Our curriculum was designed to equip our students with a general knowledge of the content and meaning of the Scriptures, and our faculty is dedicated to that goal.

Graham Bible College is committed, not only to our students’ intellectual apprehension of biblical truth as well as the ability to apply that truth to life; our mission also includes spiritual formation. At Graham, we strive to provide an atmosphere that leads to growth in Christian maturity and virtue. For more on this, see the “Spiritual Objectives” section of our Objectives web page.

Our Commitment to Quality Higher Education

Our concern for academic excellence emanates from the belief that Christian higher education should be superior, not inferior, to that provided by other colleges and universities; anything less than this is not to the glory of God. Therefore, every effort is made to provide the academic excellence worthy of a college dedicated to the Lord and necessary for the education of those preparing for service to the Lord in the days to come.