Trinity Graduate School of Apologetics and Theology
Trinity Graduate School of Apologetics and Theology is a conservative Christian School based in Kerala, India and is traditionally Reformed in doctrine. The majority of degrees obtained through Trinity are done so through distance learning over the internet. Trinity has students enrolled in over 140 countries around the world.
Trinity Graduate School was founded by the Calvin Research Group based in Kerala, India, which is geared toward educating Christians in strong Apologetics, Polemics, and Theology. It offers both Masters and Doctoral Programs in many fields of Christian learning.
Trinity is fully accredited by the International Council for Accrediting Alternate and Theological Studies (ICAATS) based in Kerala, India. ICAATS is an evangelically conservative accreditation agency that is registered with the government of India. ICAATS is not recognized by the United Stated Department of Education because the School and the Accrediting agency are not based in the U.S. Neither is ICAATS a government approved agency because it is geared toward theological and religious education, which is private and therefore does not require government approval. Just as the USDE has nothing to do with theological accrediting agencies in the U.S., the Education Department in India has nothing to do with theological accrediting agencies in India.
Philip School is an offshoot of Trinity and offers undergraduate degrees in apologetics and theology. Like Trinity, Philip School is accredited by ICAATS and is based on the same principles of education.
Official Website of Trinity Graduate School of Apologetics and Theology.