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Colegio Biblica Evangelico Menonita ([[Mennonite Church (MC)|Mennonite Church]]), [[Bragado (Buenos Aires, Argentina)|Bragado]], [[Argentina|Argentina]], formerly called Bragado Bible School, was operated in 1935-1958 by the [[Mennonite Board of Missions (Mennonite Church)|Mennonite Board of Missions and Charities]] with the aid of a local advisory committee elected by the [[Iglesia Evangélica Menonita, Argentina|Argentine Mennonite Conference]] for the purpose of training Argentine Christian workers. In 1958 it was merged with the [[Seminario Mennonita de Teología (Montevideo, Uruguay)|Mennonite Biblical Seminary]] at [[Montevideo (Uruguay) |Montevideo]], [[Uruguay|Uruguay]]. Its average enrollment was 12-15 students.
 
Colegio Biblica Evangelico Menonita ([[Mennonite Church (MC)|Mennonite Church]]), [[Bragado (Buenos Aires, Argentina)|Bragado]], [[Argentina|Argentina]], formerly called Bragado Bible School, was operated in 1935-1958 by the [[Mennonite Board of Missions (Mennonite Church)|Mennonite Board of Missions and Charities]] with the aid of a local advisory committee elected by the [[Iglesia Evangélica Menonita, Argentina|Argentine Mennonite Conference]] for the purpose of training Argentine Christian workers. In 1958 it was merged with the [[Seminario Mennonita de Teología (Montevideo, Uruguay)|Mennonite Biblical Seminary]] at [[Montevideo (Uruguay) |Montevideo]], [[Uruguay|Uruguay]]. Its average enrollment was 12-15 students.
 
 
 
= Bibliography =
 
= Bibliography =
 
Thielmann, Walter. "Seminario Evangélico Mennonita de Teología." <em>Lekikon der Mennoniten in Paraguay. </em>Web. 5 December 2011. <span class="link-external">[http://www.menonitica.org/lexikon/index.php http://www.menonitica.org/lexikon/index.php?S:Seminario_Evang%E9lico_Mennonita_de_Teolog%EDa].</span>
 
Thielmann, Walter. "Seminario Evangélico Mennonita de Teología." <em>Lekikon der Mennoniten in Paraguay. </em>Web. 5 December 2011. <span class="link-external">[http://www.menonitica.org/lexikon/index.php http://www.menonitica.org/lexikon/index.php?S:Seminario_Evang%E9lico_Mennonita_de_Teolog%EDa].</span>
 
 
 
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Colegio Biblica Evangelico Menonita (Mennonite Church), Bragado, Argentina, formerly called Bragado Bible School, was operated in 1935-1958 by the Mennonite Board of Missions and Charities with the aid of a local advisory committee elected by the Argentine Mennonite Conference for the purpose of training Argentine Christian workers. In 1958 it was merged with the Mennonite Biblical Seminary at Montevideo, Uruguay. Its average enrollment was 12-15 students.

[edit] Bibliography

Thielmann, Walter. "Seminario Evangélico Mennonita de Teología." Lekikon der Mennoniten in Paraguay. Web. 5 December 2011. http://www.menonitica.org/lexikon/index.php?S:Seminario_Evang%E9lico_Mennonita_de_Teolog%EDa.


Author(s) Harold S Bender
Date Published 1959


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Bender, Harold S. "Colegio Biblica Evangelico Menonita (Bragado, Argentina)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1959. Web. 28 May 2016. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Colegio_Biblica_Evangelico_Menonita_(Bragado,_Argentina)&oldid=79784.

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Bender, Harold S. (1959). Colegio Biblica Evangelico Menonita (Bragado, Argentina). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 28 May 2016, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Colegio_Biblica_Evangelico_Menonita_(Bragado,_Argentina)&oldid=79784.




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