Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1923-1924 Page: 50
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50 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
363.-New Testament. The book of Hebrews is read carefully.
Luke read as parallel. The Expositor's Greek Testament
and the Cambridge text used, in addition to Burton's
Moods and Tenses.
313.-The class begins with Harper's Method and Manual.
References from it require Harper's Elements of Hebrew. A
small lexicon may be used to assist in locating some forms,
but all students must sooner or later use the standard lexicon
by Brown, Driver, and Briggs. Exercises in rendering English
into Hebrew are required throughout the term and the
year. Details of the language and the vocabulary are emphasized.
The first term of Hebrew covers one hundred pages
in the Method and Manual, or the first two chapters of Genesis.
The Inductive method is followed. Kittell's text of the Hebrew
Bible is used.
323.-This term continues the work of Hebrew 313. The
Method and Manual is finished. The student covers chapters
three to eight of Genesis in this term. The details are mastered.
333. Reading of Genesis 10 to 24. Vocabulary is perfected.
Forms are reviewed. Grammar work continues. Lexicon
is used in some special studies from the text. The art of
writing a thorough exegesis is touched.
343.-A thorough review of vocabulary and grammar.
Readings are from some of the historical books. Translations
from English into Hebrew. To graduate from this quarter
one must have read the whole of Genesis.
353.-Hebrew Syntax is taken up from Harper's Syntax.
The reading is from some of the prophets. Two papers of
exegesis a month are required.
363.-This term is on advanced grammar and further exegetical
work. Some discussion will be had on textual problems.
The work will be based on reading in the Psalms selected
from study. To graduate from this advanced course a
hundred pages parallel readings will be required.
115.-Beginner's Latin. Careful study of word forms, in
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