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Bible school

noun
1.
a school or organized study program primarily devoted to Biblical or religious teaching, as a Sunday school, church study group, etc.
Origin of Bible school
1900-1905
1900-05
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  • In the saloons, all that morning, the subject of gossip had been the Bible school.

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  • The two greatest needs of the Bible school teacher are thorough preparation of the lesson, and enthusiasm in presenting it.

    The Bible Story Rev. Newton Marshall Hall
  • A great deal of Bible school teaching touches only the mountain peaks of history without traversing the connecting valleys.

    The Bible Story Rev. Newton Marshall Hall
  • Oi'll sind ivery child o' mine ter day school an' Bible school.

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  • The interest in the night school increased; so did the interest in the Bible school.

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  • At the close, the teacher asked all who wished to help in the Bible school to remain a few moments.

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