Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1925-1926 Page: 84
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ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
conditions as other courses by correspondence in College
of Arts and Sciences. For description of these see Correspondence
School, College of Arts and Sciences.
2. Non-credit, or Service courses, for which no credit is given.
These courses are designed to be of practical benefit for
evangelists, elders, deacons, personal workers, and all
others who are interested in attaining a greated degree
of efficiency in the Kingdom of Christ.
This work may be done by correspondence or in groups with
a leader from the college if convenient or with a well qualified
leader. However when credit is desired all students must prepare
the written material required in the correspondence course
and submit the same to the director, also taking an examination
under approved supervision. No credit will be given for any
recitation in this work directed by any one other than a member
of the college faculty. This is for the interest of both the student
and the rating of Abilene Christian College. Non-credit students
may take the examinations or not as they wish.
All Bible courses described in this bulletin under the Bible
Department may be taken by correspondence. See the description
of these courses. If further information is needed write
for special information or ask such questions as you desire.
Address all inquiries to: Morgan H. Carter, Extension Division,
Abilene Christian College, Abilene, Texas.
BIBLE LECTURE WEEK.
Every year Abilene Christian College devotes the last week
in February to a series of lectures by representative brethren,
furnishing students and others who attend an opportunity of
hearing strong men on great and vital subjects. The delightful
"fellowship of kindred minds" is also sufficient to justify having
such a meeting.
S. P. Pittman, for years instructor in Bible in the Nashville
Bible School, and an outstanding man, has been secured to deliver
the principal addresses for 1925. These will be supplemented
by some ten or twelve other strong men. Definite announcement
of these will be made later.
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