The college was founded in 1992 for the first time in 2000, he won the conditional and unconditional 2002 accreditation, followed in 2008 and 2014. Sola scriptura is a Christian theological doctrine which holds that the Christian Scriptures are the sole infallible rule of faith and practice. The Scriptures meaning is mediated through many kinds of secondary authority, such as the ordinary teaching offices of the Church, the ecumenical creeds, the councils of the Christian Church, and so on. However, sola scriptura rejects any original infallible authority other than the Bible. In this view, all secondary authority is derived from the authority of the Scriptures and is therefore subject to reform when compared to the teaching of the Bible. Sola scriptura is a formal principle of many Protestant Christian denominations, and one of the five solas. It was a foundational doctrinal principle of the Protestant Reformation held by the Reformers, who taught that authentication of Scripture, is governed by the discernible excellence of the text as well as the personal witness of the Holy Spirit to the heart of each man. Sola scriptura may be contrasted with Prima scriptura, which holds that, besides canonical Scripture, there are other guides for what a believer should believe, and how he or she should live. Examples of this include the general revelation in creation, traditions, charismatic gifts, mystical insight, angelic visitations, conscience, common sense, and the views of experts, the spirit of the times or something else. Primary scriptura suggests that ways of knowing or understanding God and his will, that do not originate from canonized Scripture, are in a second place, perhaps helpful in interpreting that Scripture, but testable by the canon and correctable by it, if they seem to contradict the Scriptures. Sola scriptura is one of the five solas, considered by some Protestant groups to be the theological pillars of the Reformation. The key implication of the principle is that interpretations and applications of the Scriptures do not have the same authority as the Scriptures themselves; hence, the ecclesiastical authority is viewed as subject to correction by the Scriptures, even by an individual member of the Church. Sola scriptura, however, does not ignore Christian history, tradition, or the church when seeking to understand the Bible. Rather, it sees the church as the Bibles interpreter, embodied in the ecumenical creeds as the interpretive context and Scripture as the only final authority in matters of faith and practice. A college student scientific circles working to give an opportunity to the students to participate in addition to the compulsory lessons in group and individual learning, research. The student group occasions provide extra-curricular opportunities to deepen one subject. The individual research students are organized by student societies to promote a students academic preparation for careers. The participating college student scientific circles every day and correspondence courses a student can be a member. The scientific activity of students in a publicity forum Sola Scriptura the Theological College Vocational Journal that since 1999, continuing an unbroken reality, appears every quarter. The other publishing option in college Student Research 2 District (every even year) annual Conference (TDK). The conditions and manner of registration for the conference to make public website of the college, college professional journal and notice boards.