Cobb Divinity School

Cobb Divinity School (also known as Bates Theological Seminary or the Free Will Baptist Bible School), founded in 1840, was a Free Will Baptist graduate school affiliated with several Free Baptist institutions throughout its history. Cobb was part of Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, United States from 1870 until 1908 when it merged with the college's Religion Department.

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