Atlanta Christian College is a private undergraduate college located in East Point, GA. It was founded by Judge and Mrs. T.O. Hathcock on the heritage of Lamar College (1913-15) and Southeastern Christian College (1915-25), and has been operating continuously since 1937. It currently enrolls more than 400 students in majors including biblical studies, business, early childhood education, English, human relations, humanities and music.

The school’s theology has its roots in the Restoration Movement along with the Christian Church and the Church of Christ and remains affiliated with both organizations.

Several of the professors are members of the European Evangelistic Society. Some have written articles that have been published in Christianity Today, Philosophia Christi, The Wittenberg Door, The Onion, and the Restoration Herald.

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