Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1920-1921 Page: 65
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SESSION OF 1920-'21
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.
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 is considered.
This quarter considers the rise of the several great movements
of Protestantism. The currents and conflicts on the continent come
first. Then follows consideration of the religious development in
Britain. The spread of Christianity by colonization is followed by
modern conditions, particularly in our own country.
A careful study of the Middle Ages with special reference to the
development of the nations 'of Europe.
Text, Thatcher and Schwill, Europe in the Middle Ages.
322.-Germany Since 1740. A brief survey of the beginning and development
of the German Empire.
Text, Priest, Germany Since 1740.
332.-Germany Today. A careful study of the ideals and institutions
which brought on the great war.
Text, Ward, Germany, VoL III.
343.-Napoleon and the French Revolution. A study of the events
which terminated in the Congress of Vienna and the downfall of
Text, Hazen, Napoleon and the French Revolution.
353.-France Under the Third Republic. A survey of the FrancoPrussian
War and the rise of the modern French nation.
362.-A course dealing with the Latin-American countries, especially
those near the United States. Some time will be spent in the study
of the Mexican problem.
215.--Principles of Economics. The principles of economics of the
present will be studied in this course. The course will deal with value,
production, and distribution.
Text, Fetter, Principles of Political Economy.
225.-Principles of Economics. This is a continuation of course
215. Some time will be devoted to monopolies, money and banking,
labor organization, railways, agriculture, and other economic problems.
Text, Fetter, Modern Economic Problems.
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