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The Way College of Biblical Research - Indiana Campus

The Way College of Biblical Research Indiana
Active 1977–1997
Religious affiliation Christian, Non-denominational
Location Rome City, Indiana, United States

The Way College of Biblical Research Indiana was used by The Way International for its leadership training program and biblical research seminars located in Rome City, Indiana for 20 years. Purchased in 1976, the 197-acre (0.80 km2) site located on the north side of Rome City previously housed the historic Kneipp Springs health spa which was developed between 1897 and 1910 by Dr. W.G. Geiermann, and operated by the Catholic Order of the Sisters of the Most Precious Blood convent.[1]

The campus housed nearly 6,000 students and staff between 1977 and 1997, and the campus held accelerated biblical research seminars and classes from 1979-1996.[2] The campus operation was moved to Gunnison, Colorado in spring of 1998, and Sylvan Springs, Inc., a non-profit group, purchased the facility for use as a family centre serving northeast Indiana.[3]

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