Andersonville Theological Seminary

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Andersonville Theological Seminary is an unaccredited distance-learning institution that operates in Camillia, Georgia.[1] Their doctrinal leaning is Independent Baptist; it's safe to guess what their opinions about evolution, gays, transgender/non-binary people, and abortion are.

Statement of Faith[edit]

In the grand tradition of fundie schools everywhere, there is a statement of faith (because, why not).[2]


As one would expect, Andersonville's degree programs are intended for ministerial careers. Their undergraduate curriculum consists of an Associate's degree in Biblical Studies, Bachelor of Theology (ThB), and a Bachelor of Ministry (BMin). The graduate curriculum consists of Master's degrees in Theology, Divinity, Christian Education, Christian Counseling, Ministry, and Biblical Studies. Doctoral degrees are similar to the Master's degrees. [3]

Accreditation and Affiliations[edit]

Andersonville Theological Seminary claims accreditation from the Association of Independent Christian College and Seminaries,[4] an accreditation mill.[5] Other affiliations include the National Christian Counselors Association and the Association of Biblical Counselors.[4] None of these memberships and affiliations are equal to normal certifications and they cannot be used in a secular career.

See Also[edit]


  1. Contact information.
  2. Doctrinal Statement.
  3. Courses.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Academic Credentials & Affiliations, Andersonville Theological Seminary.
  5. AICCS Disclaimer, Association of Independent Christian Colleges & Seminaries].

    Because of the AICCS Board of Directors’ convictions in support of religious freedom, Christian liberty, and the separation of church and state, AICCS has never applied for affiliation with any federal government agency. AICCS, therefore, is not recognized by the United States Department of Education.