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Georgia Christian University

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Georgia Christian University is a small religious institution in Atlanta, Georgia that teaches young earth creationism. The school is accredited by the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools,[1] a creationist accreditation organization, to award bachelor's and master's degrees. Their divinity school has candidate status with the Association of Theological Schools, another national accrediting body. Like every fundie school in the world, programs are outfitted with the phrase, "From a biblical worldview". In addition to Christianity-focused study, they offer degrees in acupuncture and oriental medicine. "Spiritual Officers Academy" is a postgraduate program that prepares students to be ministers abroad but in order to be accepted into the program a student has to read the Bible 30 times (This is not a joke).

The institution, focusing primarily on students of Asian descent, appears to be an odd mix of Christianity and woo. Hence, it can be classified as both a fundie school and crank school.

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