God's Bible School

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God's Bible School and College is an independent liberal arts college in Cincinnati, Ohio. It was founded in 1900 by Martin Wells Knapp, and has specialized in ministerial and missionary training, as well as teacher preparation. Graduates from God's Bible School are laboring around the world in work of the Lord Jesus Christ.

God's Bible School embraces a Wesleyan-Arminian theology, and has included among its staff such writers as Elmer G. Marsh, Dr. Leslie Wilcox, and Oswald Chambers. Graduates include Mrs. Charles Cowman (Streams in the Desert) and C.B. Widemeyer (Come and Dine).