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Heritage Bible College

by Benjamin R. Justesen, 2006

Heritage Bible College, founded in 1971, is a small, private four-year college operated by the Pentecostal Free Will Baptist Church on an 80-acre campus near Dunn in eastern Harnett County. Heritage awards associate's and bachelor's degrees in theology/religion and religious education certificates, offering biblical higher education training for the denomination's future leaders. Incorporators of the college included J. E. Andrews, R. O. Byrd, and Shelton Weeks.

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Heritage Bible College: http://www.heritagebiblecollege.edu/

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