Annual Catalogue of the Officers and Students, Issues 66-67; Issues 69-71

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A. Strong, 1917
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Page 44 - Open to Middlers and Seniors. Three hours a week, first term, 1916-17. Professor Moehlmann. 17. The Christology of the New Testament. Jesus' view of himself, views of the primitive church, Pauline Christology, Christology of the synoptic gospels, Johannine Christology, and other New Testament reflection. Open only to those who have taken course 5 or its equivalent. Three hours a week, second term, 1917-18.
Page 7 - It remains only to state that the Rochester Theological Seminary is maintained and controlled by the New York Baptist Union for Ministerial Education, a society composed of contributing members of Baptist churches, and that the actual government and care of the Seminary in its details is committed to a Board of Trustees of thirty-three members, eleven of whom are elected by the Union annually. The present President of the Board of Trustees is Mr.
Page 16 - The LIBRARY of the Seminary is one of great value for theological investigation. It embraces the entire collection of...
Page 12 - JOHN PHILLIPS SILVERNAIL ACTING PRATT PROFESSOR OF ELOCUTION AND SACRED ORATORY (177 Pearl Street) WALTER RAUSCHENBUSCH PETTINGILL PROFESSOR OF CHURCH HISTORY (4 Portsmouth Terrace) JOSEPH WA STEWART DEAN AND PROFESSOR OF CHRISTIAN ETHICS (INCLUDING SOCIOLOGY) AND PASTORAL THEOLOGY (46 Prince Street) CONRAD HENRY MOEHLMANN TREVOR PROFESSOR OF NEW TESTAMENT INTERPRETATION (45 Mulberry Street) GEORGE CROSS DAVIES PROFESSOR OF SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY (614 Harvard Street) HENRY BURKE ROBINS PROFESSOR OF...
Page 6 - Rochester. building, there has never been any organic connection between them, either of government or of instruction. While the University has devoted itself to the work of general college training, the Rochester Theological Seminary has been essentially a professional school, and has aimed exclusively to fit men, by special studies, for the work of the ministry. It has admitted only College graduates and those who have been able successfully to pursue courses of study in connection with College...
Page 5 - Introductory The New York Baptist Union for Ministerial Education was organized May 11, 1850. The Union immediately proceeded to found the Rochester Theological Seminary. In November, 1850, classes were organized and instruction was begun in temporary quarters secured for the purpose. The first class graduated numbered six members, and the first published catalogue, that of 1851-52, enrolls the names of two professors and of twenty-nine students.* At the first meeting of the Board of Trustees of...
Page 6 - University has devoted itself to the work of general college training, the Rochester Theological Seminary has been essentially a professional school, and has aimed exclusively to fit men, by special studies, for the work of the ministry. It admits only college graduates and those who are able successfully to pursue courses of study in connection with college graduates. Beginning with the two professorships of Theology and of Hebrew, it has added professorships of Church History, the New Testament,...
Page 17 - The governor shall be ex officio president of the board of trustees and chairman of the executive committee of the university.
Page 41 - Testament. Historical method of interpretation, early use of the Bible, significance, purpose, method, materials, history of textual criticism, ancestry of the English Bible. Three hours a week, first term, Junior year. Professor Moehlmann. 2. History of New Testament Times in Palestine. Outline of the political history of Palestine from 175 BC to 135 AD Physical and intellectual environment of the Jewish people.
Page 17 - ROOM, to which all students are allowed free and unlimited access, is equipped with open, parallel ranges of steel shelves, both on the main floor and above. The CYRUS F. PAINE READING ROOM, built in 1906-07, was named in honor of one who for more than forty-five years was Treasurer of the Seminary, and later, President of the Board of Trustees and Chairman of the Executive Committee of the the Board, which offices he continues to fill. This room, and other improvements made to the library building...

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