Bible Correspondence Schools

Organizations conducting evangelistic correspondence courses in Bible subjects, operated by various union or local conferences or missions and by broadcasting organizations; often promoted in connection with radio or television programs. The courses, which carry no school credit and are offered free of any obligation, are intended to lead the student to Christ through a study of the Bible. They are designed for various age levels and prepared in several degrees of difficulty. The majority are biblical courses, but there are also health courses and a special course for alcoholics. They are issued in many languages and in braille. The largest of the schools in North America are those conducted in connection with radio and television programs. There are many Voice of Prophecy Bible Correspond...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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