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Old Testament Survey class to begin

Valley Forge Christian College has announced that starting Aug. 28 it will hold classes in Front Royal at the Rockland Community Church. For the fall semester, Old Testament Survey will be offered on Wednesday evenings.

The 3-credit course will be taught by Dr. Vince McLaughlin, who is the Provost and Academic Dean of the VFCC campus in Woodbridge, in addition to being the chair of Biblical and Theological Studies. Dr. McLaughlin also serves as the new pastor of Rockland Community Church. Dr. McLaughlin teaches the Old Testament both from a theological and historical perspective.

Valley Forge Christian College courses are fully accredited, affordable and open to juniors and seniors in high school through a dual enrollment program. The main VFCC campus is located in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, and offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in the Arts, the Sciences and the Professions.

Valley Forge Christian College Woodbridge Campus is located at 2921 Rockland Road, Front Royal. For more information, call Lisa Picardi at 703-988-2512 or EMPicardi@vfcc.edu.


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