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Page 53 - Seminary, consisting of about 65,000 volumes, which are now housed together in the new Andover building, are classified and administered jointly, so as to constitute a single professional library, known as the Andover-Harvard Theological Library. The combined collections are...
Page 18 - EMERTON.] 7. The Era of the Reformation in Europe from the Rise of Italian Humanism to the close of the Council of Trent (1350-1563).
Page 3 - The combined collections are unexcelled in the several departments of Biblical study, in historical, systematic, and practical theology, and in missionary literature of every kind, offering unusual opportunities for research in any field of theological study.
Page 82 - Seleucid supremacy (1!)8 nc) to the present time. The formative period, to the age of the Antonines, will be treated with greater fulness, including the influence of Greek life and thought and the reaction from it, and the rise of Christianity and its separation from Judaism. This...
Page 59 - Students taking less than three and a half courses the fee may vary according to the number of courses taken ; the charge for each full course being $45, and for each half-course $25, the minimum charge to any student being $30, and the maximum $150.
Page 103 - Religion, by making some provision for increasing the number of learned and able Defenders of the gospel of CHRIST, as well as of orthodox, pious, and zealous Ministers of the New Testament...
Page 119 - For the degrees of Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in...
Page 95 - EPHRAIM EMERTON, Ph.D., Winn Professor of Ecclesiastical History. GEORGE FOOT MOORE, AM, DD, LL.D., Frothingham Professor of the History of Religion. DAVID GORDON LYON, Ph.D., DD, Hancock Professor of Hebrew and other Oriental Languages, and Curator of the Semitic Museum. EDWARD CALDWELL MOORE, Ph.D., DD, Parkman Professor of Theology.

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