GERMANTOWN, Md.--The Association for Biblical Research (ABR), operated by Al Carrozzo of Escondido, Calif., Art Mokarow of Conroe, Texas, and others, announced in November plans to open 25 campuses affiliated with the American Institute for Advanced Biblical Studies, North Little Rock, Ark.
The first campus will open in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Dec. 7, 2008, announced general registrar Lennox Abrigo of Germantown.
The first school will meet temporarily at Mount Zion Church of God (7th Day), pastored by Gilford Monrose, at 203 E. 37th St., Brooklyn.
"The Association for Biblical Research intends to open these schools in several cities across America and around the world," Mr. Abrigo told The Journal.
Students can earn a certificate and diploma in ministry and bachelor's and master's degrees in biblical studies. The director of the schools will be Ron Moseley of North Little Rock.
"For information on accreditation, prospective students may contact me," Mr. Abrigo said.
Write him at P.O. Box 1968, Germantown, Md. 20875, U.S.A., or phone him at (240) 367-2381.