Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1909-1910 Page: 9
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Abilene Christian College
and gentlemen. Unruly students will be sent home. This is not
Students will not be allowed to roam the streets at pleasure,
nor to be out at night.
In the college building we have a complete bookstore, in
which are kept text-books, pens, pencils, inks, tablets, paper, etc.
We do this for the convenience of our students and patrons.
Homes for Students
The young ladies dormitory is on the college grounds. In
addition to this, students find good Christian homes in which
to board, where they are properly cared for. Their boarding
places must meet the approval of the faculty.
The Bible contains God's wisdom for man's guidance. It is
the Book of books, and no one is educated who is ignorant of its
contents. It is of first importance and has first place in our
school. It has been too long neglected and ignored, but good
people are waking up. The Christian schools and colleges are
doing a great work in waking people up to the importance of
God made man and knows what will best develop all his
powers to the fullest extent. The Bible is the great civilzer and
refiner, and without it you cannot be what you should be. No
student can graduate from this institution without a fair knowledge
of God's word.
We have several classes reciting daily lessons in the Bible.
We have a well selected line of maps of Bible lands to be used
in our Bible studies.
Special Bible Reading and Training Course
This course begins December 28, 1909, and closes February
Many preachers and active church workers realize their
Here’s what’s next.
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