Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1920-1921 Page: 98
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98 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
BIBLE LECTURE WEEK
Every year Abilene Christian College devotes the last week in
February to a series of lectures by representative brethren. Furnishing
our student and others who attend an opportunity of hearing our
very best men on great and vital subjects. The delightful "fellowship
of kindred minds" is also sufficient to justify having such a meeting.
The lectures delivered last February will be published in a book,
A. C. C. Bible Lectures, 1920, will contain the following lectures:
How to Live-R. C. Bell.
Our Plea Stated-Jesse P. Sewell.
Religious Education, General Historical Survey-W. W. Freeman.
Church Discipline-A. O. Colley.
The Throne of David, or The Reign of Christ-J. B. Nelson.
Church Finances-L. S. White.
The Supreme Authority in Religion, or How God Now Speaks to
Man-M. C. Kurfees.
God, Man, and Revelation-J. W. Chism.
Emphasis on Fundamentals-Cled. E. Wallace.
Faith and Opinion, or the Divine Creed vs. Human Creeds-M. C.
The Financial Outlook of the Churches-Judge Allen Dabney.
The Church Revealed in the New Testament-M. C. Kurfees.
The Great Commission in the Twentieth Century-J. M. McCaleb.
The Union Movement, or Seeing Things Alike-M. C. Kurfees.
The New Testament Law of Worship-M. C. Kurfees.
Missionary Work in the New Testament Churches-M. C. Kurfees.
Emphasis Where It Belo-lgs-Foy E. Wallace, Sr.
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