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Ambassador College was a four-year, liberal arts college run by the Worldwide Church of God. The college was established in 1947 in Pasadena, California by radio evangelist Herbert W. Armstrong, leader of what was then the Radio Church of God, later renamed the Worldwide Church of God. The college was approved by the State of California to grant degrees.
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by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen
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by Randall Herbert Balmer
In addition to being the chief administrative officer of the church, the pastor general is publisher of The Plain Truth; chancellor of the church- sponsored college, Ambassador College; executive producer of The World Tomorrow; and chairman ...
Iowa Biographical Dictionary (2000)
by Jan Onofrio
Armstrong also established the Ambassador College, the Ambassador International Cultural Foundation, the Everset House publishing firm and the Ambassador Auditorium. The Worldwide Church of God had 80,000 members at the time of ...
A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Beliefs and Practices by J. Gordon Melton, Martin Baumann
It laid off many of its staff, sold buildings, and had to close Ambassador University (formerly Ambassador College), which Armstrong had established in 1947 to train the church's members as ministers. In 2004 it sold its prestigious headquarters ...
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