Catalogue of the Officers and Students of the General Theological Seminary of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States, Located in the City of New-York
The Seminary, 1888
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Page 24 - ... recognized theological institution of the Protestant Episcopal Church, and who shall give evidence satisfactory to the Faculty of advanced study in various Departments of Theology, including a major and two minor subjects, approved by the Faculty, with the presentation of a thesis showing such originality of thought or extent of research as shall, in the opinion of the Faculty, justify it in recommending the candidate for the degree. The Faculty shall have power to accept, for either or both...
Page 20 - John McVickar, DD, and the late Rev. Henry McVickar, to be awarded by the Executive Committee of the Associate Alumni to members of the Senior Class. The examinations for these prizes are held on the Friday and Saturday before Quinquagesima. 1. A prize of thirty dollars, to be known as the "Greek Alumni Prize...
Page 23 - Theology is of the Oxford shape, and of scarlet cloth, lined with purple silk. The fee for degrees, excepting those conferred honoris causa, is five dollars.
Page 27 - ... the defence of the religion of JESUS CHRIST, as revealed in the Holy Bible and illustrated in the Book of Common Prayer against the varying errors of the day, whether materialistic, rationalistic, or professedly religious, and also to its defence and confirmation in respect of such central truths as the Trinity, the Atonement, Justification and the Inspiration of the Word of God and of such central facts as the Church's Divine Order and Sacraments, her historical Reformation and her rights and...
Page 42 - ... Priests of St. John the Evangelist, subject to the approval of the Faculty of the Seminary. They are to remain unmarried. The period of tenure is five years, but the term of any of these fellowships may be extended by the said Provincial Superior with the consent of the Faculty. The holders of these fellowships may be permitted by the Faculty to pursue their studies abroad for such part of their incumbency as the Faculty shall approve and direct.
Page 30 - Greek Alumni Prize," to be awarded after an oral and written examination in the Greek Scripture generally, including the Septuagint, also in one or more of the Greek authors, such authors being designated to those competing for the prize at least six months before. 2. A prize of twenty dollars, to be known as the "Alumni Prize in Ecclesiastical History...
Page 18 - Alumni Prize in Ecclesiastical History," the examination to be conducted as above and to have special reference to the early history and canonical independence of the Church of England, as being sui juris, in all ecclesiastical matters, a distinct and independent branch of the Church of Christ. Those intending to compete for the above prizes are to give their names as candidates to the Dean at least a month before the date of the examination. THE SEYMOUR PRIZE.
Page 19 - ... The Seymour Prize." The prize is a gold watch engraved with a suitable inscription. The competition takes place in alternate years on the third Saturday in January and is open to matriculated students of the Senior and Middle Classes. In order to qualify for this competition the founder prescribed that the student must be able to recite from memory the entire service for the Burial of the Dead, except the rubrics. THE GEORGE CABOT WARD (In Memoriam) PRIZE.
Page 1 - Opening of the General Theological Seminary of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, 1822.