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History

A brief insight into the rich history of the London School of Theology, formerly the London Bible College.

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In 2004, London Bible College became London School of Theology.

London School of Theology continues to be known throughout the world as a place where intellectual thoroughness and rigour go hand in hand with a passion to see students grow personally and spiritually.

Timeline
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1944

Based in central London, the college initially offered only correspondence courses and evening classes. By 1944, over 300 students were enrolled, and
two years later the number was up to 1,400 and evening classes were being taught all over the UK.

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1946

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1956

The college grew rapidly and the premises were quickly outgrown. In 1956 work began on a new building. LBC operated out of temporary buildings for a number of years as the old building was
demolished to make room for the new.

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1958

The new building was dedicated on 10 May 1958 and two thousand people were packed into 19 Marylebone Road to celebrate this momentous occasion with excerpts of the service broadcast by the BBC.

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1970

Further growth of the college continued and in 1970 LBC moved to Northwood, to the campus previously occupied by the London College of Divinity.

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2004

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