Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1922-1923 Page: 82
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ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
development of the English constitution, the political, social, religious,
and industrial conditions, showing their relations to our
own national life. Terry's History of England, Cheney's Social
and Industrial History of England.
143.-American History. This course deals with the history
of our country from the founding of the American colonies to
1860. Text: Bassett's A Short History of the United States.
153.-American History. A study of the Civil War; of reorganization
after the war; and of the United States down to the
present time. Text: Same as above.
213.-Constitutional History of the United States. This course
begins with the steps leading up to the Constitutional Convention;
the convention itself; and the testing on the Constitution.
Text: Fiske's The Critical Period.
222.-Contemporary American History. Topics: The leading
issues of current politics, social and industrial movements. Beard's
Contemporary American History.
232.-History of Greece. A general survey of Greek history,
tracing the political and intellectual development of the people.
242.-Roman History. In this course special emphasis is
placed upon the period of the later republic and the early empire.
253.-Church History. The beginning and history of the
early Christian movement is studied in the first term. The parallel
reading for the year covers the two volumes of Church History
by Newman. Lectures are given to outline briefly the beginnings
of the church as seen in the New Testament. The quarter
is largely on the Apostolic and Post Apostolic periods. The
study includes the religion of the Roman Empire together with
the sects and dissenting elements down to the year 600. Text,
McGlothlin's Guide to the Study of Church History.
263.-Church History. This quarter includes the period from
600 to the Zwinglian reformation. Both eastern and western
churches are studied. The political, racial, economic, and educational
conditions are studied in their bearings on the religious
history. Scholasticism and humanism come in for a share. Some
insight into the life of the ordinary people is sought. Monasticism
273.-Church History. This quarter considers the rise of
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