A Short History of the International Lesson System

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American Sunday-school union, 1902 - International Sunday-school lessons - 79 pages
 

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Page 12 - Convention appoint a committee to consist of five clergymen and five laymen, to select a course of Bible lessons for a series of years not exceeding seven, which shall, as far as they may decide possible, embrace a general study of the whole Bible, alternating between the Old and New Testaments semi-annually or quarterly, as they shall deem best; and to publish a list of such lessons as fully as possible, and at least for the two years next ensuing, as early as the first of August, 1872; and that...
Page 12 - That this convention appoint a committee, to consist of five clergymen and five laymen, to select a course of Bible lessons for a series of years not exceeding seven...
Page 32 - In response to earnest requests from editors and publishers, the committee has mentioned verses which may be printed when the lesson exceeds a dozen. But it should be distinctly understood that these verses to be printed are only a portion of the lesson. The committee requests that in all cases the entire passage shall be indicated and treated as the lesson, whether or not it is printed in full.
Page 32 - have been marked ' Study.' This change was called for by the misunderstandings which arose from assigning a ' Lesson ' only part of which was then printed in the lesson helps. This arrangement will be adhered to in future issues of the lists of lessons.
Page 27 - Appointed August, 1871, by Publishers, to select Trial Lessons for 1872. Rev. Edward Eggleston, John H. Vincent, DD, Richard Newton, DD, Rev. Henry C. McCook, and BF Jacobs.
Page 27 - Tyng, Warren Randolph, DD, Henry P. Haven, and from Canada, J. Monro Gibson, DD, and A. Macallum. (Mr. Stuart resigned and J. Bennett Tyler was appointed to the vacancy.) SECOND LESSON COMM1TTEE.

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