Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1924-1925 Page: 45
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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
sed and the great plan of God for the salvation of man will be
set forth. The student will be encouraged to develop an appreciation
for microscopic study and a desire for the victory of God's
Kingdom through a personal application of Christ's teaching to
392.-Course in Christian Evidences. The several schools of
modern thought are considered in their history, their values, and
their relation to Christianity. The place of the Super-natural
and the mission of Jesus are studied. The place and power of
Christianity is noted. The moral value of faith and the Christian
virtues is considered, and the content of Christian experience is
inductively evaluated. The essentials or fundamentals of the
Christian faith are pointed out. Two hours a week.
The beginning and history of the early Christian movement,
the Zwinglian reformation and the rise of the several great movements
of Protestantism. Same as History 255. Five hours a
212.-Geography of Bible Lands. This course will emphasize
the topography, the political divisions, the economic geography,
the industries, place geography and social conditions in Bible
time. It shows the relation of the physical features of the Holy
Land to man and his activities. The purpose is to make the
Scripture narrative more intelligible and real. The course will
be based upon McGarvey's Lands of the Bible.
222.-Mission Fields in Oriential Lands. This is a problem
course on the conditions of the different peoples of Asia, Africa,
and Europe, a knowledge of which would be of vital importance to
mission workers. Some of the topics studied are: Religions, customs,
laws, habits, morals, etc.
232.-Mission Field in the Western Hemisphere. This course
emphasizes the things that a missionary should know when he
went into a country of Latin-America in order to adapt himself
to the people and aid him in getting results.
115.-Introduction to the Study of Society. This course deals
with the principles of Sociology and the social problems which
are most pressing today. A scientific study of human relations
is made. A student considers such questions as population, im
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