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There is a very distinct difference between a theology school and a bible college which may have a degree-granting charter from its provincial government - theology schools have accreditation with the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada and are almost universally accredited by their provincial post-secondary authorities. Bible colleges do not exist in this domain, nor do they carry the same level of academic rigour. In theory, some "bible colleges" could become seminaries if they met the criteria and achieved accreditation, but I'm not aware of any, at least among the ones in this template.
As for so-called "bible colleges" - we cannot deny that these institutions exist as universities/colleges/post-secondary institutions, nor that these provinces have given them university degree-granting charters. The only distinction I would make is that they are not "seminaries". Perhaps a template can be made for Canadian Post-Secondary Religious Institutions which would encompass all of these, seminaries and private religious-oriented universities & colleges? Plasma east 07:27, 11 Mar 2005 (UTC)