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What does QBCM stand for?

QBCM stands for Queensland Baptist College of Ministry


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Malyon College was established in 1904 as the Queensland Baptist College. [2] It became the Baptist Theological College of Queensland (BTCQ) and then the Queensland Baptist College of Ministry (QBCM) before adopting is current name in honour of its founding principal, T. J. Malyon.
au Back to top Malyon College Malyon College was established by, and is owned, operated and subsidised by the Baptist Union of Queensland. It commenced operation on 29 February 1904. Malyon College describes itself as contemporary in terms of its education, evangelical in terms of its doctrine, missionary in terms of its worldview, conservative in terms of its theology, and practical in terms of its training. Malyon College provides quality theological education designed to develop Christians of influence, equipping them in biblical understanding and ministry skills and growing their heart for God and the extension of His Kingdom. Malyon College was previously known as the Queensland Baptist College of Ministry.