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1903
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Page 52 - CRY aloud, spare not, Lift up thy voice like a trumpet, And shew my people their transgression, And the house of Jacob their sins.
Page 52 - Synods, for the purposes aforesaid, shall compose a Board of Commissioners, who shall have the general superintendence, management and control of the aforesaid institution, and who shall have authority to fill the places of the aforesaid trustees as they shall become vacant ; to appoint tutors, professors and other officers of the said institution ; to fix and determine, with the concurrence of the Board of Trustees, the salaries and other compensation of said officers, and with the like concurrence,...
Page 52 - Seminaries may be admitted ad eundem, on presenting a certificate of good standing and regular dismission. Applicants may be admitted to advanced standing in either of the classes, on satisfactory examination in the studies already pursued by those classes. It is very important that all applicants for admission...
Page 52 - SOCIOLOGY 12. The Church and Social Problems. Lectures on the social teachings of Christianity, modern social problems and the relation of the church to them, with supplemental readings and class discussions. Prescribed for Seniors, one hour weekly, Second Semester. 13. Studies in Pauperism and Crime. Lectures on the causes of pauperism and crime, modern methods of relief and correction and the relation of the church to them. Elective for all classes, one hour weekly, First Semester. (1911-12). 14....
Page 52 - ... only, and in such sums as shall be appointed and directed by the board of commissioners hereinafter mentioned, and shall have power to make necessary by-laws and ordinances for the management of the said Seminary : Provided, That the same be not inconsistent with the laws and constitution of this state, or of the United States : And...
Page 52 - Courses or other courses in place of these three hours). 2. Hebrew Syntax. For advanced students and those who have studied Hebrew before entering the Seminary. It will be studied on the basis of one of the historical books of the Old Testament. Gesenius' Hebrew Grammar, translated by Collins and Cowley, will be used as a text-book. Professor Hinke. Elective for advanced students, one hour weekly throughout the year. 3. Rapid Reading of Hebrew Prose. A course offered to all students qualified to...
Page 52 - ... to make all other necessary appropriations of the funds of said institution and to determine what number of said board shall form a quorum for doing business. Said board shall also have power to make necessary by-laws and ordinances, both for its own government, and for the management of the said seminary ; provided, that the same be not inconsistent with the laws and constitution of this state, or the United States. 4. Real and personal property may be granted and conveyed, devised and bequeathed...
Page 52 - ... trustees and their successors shall have the immediate care of the said Seminary, and the management of the estate, both real and personal, of the said institution, and shall have power to sell and otherwise dispose of the same, for the purpose of benefiting the funds of the said institution, and of applying the avails of those funds from time to time, to the purposes of the said institution, in such way and manner only, and in such sums as shall be appointed and directed by the board of commissioners...
Page 52 - Administrative Standards. A study of the Form of Government, Book of Discipline, and Directory for Worship, together with Orders for various public religious services.
Page 52 - And be it further enacted, That the said trustees and their successors shall have the immediate care of the said Seminary, and the management of the estate, both real and personal, of the said institution, and shall have power to sell and otherwise dispose of the same, for the purpose of benefiting the funds of the said institution, and of applying the avails of those funds from time to time, to the purposes of the said institution, in such way and manner only, and in such sums as shall be appointed...

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