Nashville Bible School

Nashville Bible School, founded by David Lipscomb and James A. Harding, opened on October 5, 1891. The founders proposed that the school should provide a liberal education, both to men and to women. “So we purpose to present in the way of a liberal education as extensive a curriculum as can be found in any school, college, or university in the land, and at the same time to thoroughly drill its students in the Bible….” (Catalogue of the Nashville Bible School, 1896-97) Following the death of David Lipscomb in 1917, the school was renamed in his honor, David Lipscomb College.

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