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Bible class

noun
1.
a class or course of study devoted to the Bible or Biblical subjects, as in a Sunday School.
Origin of Bible class
1815-1825
1815-25, Americanism
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  • But it was taken up again after a little, and Woodburn finally settled upon as the place for the next Sundays Bible class.

    Elsie and Her Loved Ones Martha Finley
  • After this occurrence, I discontinued my attendance at his church and Bible class.

    City Crimes Greenhorn
  • Make him understand how it looks to have him drop his Bible class just at this particular time.

    Tales Of Men And Ghosts Edith Wharton
  • I was once teaching temporarily a young ladies' Bible class.

    In the School-Room John S. Hart
  • It seemed to me that she left the church very reluctantly, and was half waiting an invitation to the Bible class.

  • The Bible class, too, has advantages over every other form of organization.

    The Boy and the Sunday School John L. Alexander
  • One day there came to the Bible class I attended a call for teachers, to aid in a Sunday-school near by.

  • It was no wonder, then, that Yankee's appearance in Bible class produced a sensation.

    The Man From Glengarry Ralph Connor
  • I hadn't been in the Bible class five minutes afore I guessed how he was carryin' on.

    Tiverton Tales Alice Brown
  • What has Draper got to give these boys in his Bible class, that's so much better than what he wants to take from them?

    Tales Of Men And Ghosts Edith Wharton

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