Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1920-1921 Page: 90
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90 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
(See Preparatory Greek 112, 122 and 132; also Greek 115, 125, and
135. We strongly advise those taking this course to take either Greek
213, 323, and 333 or 212, 322 and 332. See Ancient Language Department.
Af. Beginning of Junior Seminary Greek.
Two years of Greek are necessary to enter this course. Students
with a grade of ninety or more in Greek 115, 125, and 135 and in
Preparatory Greek, 112, 122, and 132 may take this course; it is urged
that they take also either the three-hour or the two-hour courses mentioned
above. The two-hour courses may be taken in the same year
as this course, under certain circumstances.
Mark is the basis of work for this term. Reading of the Gospel of
John is required as parallel. Short reading will be made in Luke. The
Gospel of Mark is outlined by the students, and from research in lexicons
and commentaries notes are made in connection with the outline.
Robertson's Short Grammar of the Greek New Testament is used in
connection with Goodwin's text. Weekly exercises are required in
composition. Word formation and etymology are leading points.
Swete's text is used.
Three times a week; fall term. Credit: Three hours.
Aw. This course is a continuation of Greek Af. Robertson's
Short Grammar of the Greek New Testament is completed. Westcott
and Hort's text of the Greek is used in all New Testament courses.
Thayer's lexicon is likewise required for all New Testament Greek
courses. More attention is given to exegetical work. Two of the
Minor Epistles will be outlined and studied closely. The historical connections
will be pointed out, especially those in Paul's own life in his
work as an apostle. Philippians and Ephesians will usually be selected.
The required parallel is the Gospel of Matthew.
Three hours a week; winter term. Credit: Three hours.
As. The book of Hebrews is studied closely. The same books and
plans are used here as in other A courses, but the work is of more
advanced type. This epistle calls for literary taste. Westcott's text
will be used by the class. Study from the Expositor's Greek Testament
from the Cambridge text, and from other sources will be required.
Old Testament connections will be touched as the theme develops.
The required parallel is the Gospel of Luke.
Three hours a week; spring term. Credit; Three hours.
Bf. Courses Bf, Bw, and Bs make a year of advanced Greek for
seniors or graduates. Robertson's Grammar of Greek New Testament
in the Light of Historical Research is the main part of the first two
quarters (Greek Bf and Bw). In connection with the early part of the
Grammar the class reads from Milligan's Greek papyri. Selections
may also be made from the LXX. to illustrate Hebraisms and translation
Greek. These and other peculiarities are noticed in the Apochalypse,
Matthews and others by a few references. Required parallel is
Romans and I and II Corinthians.
Three hours a week; fall term. Credit: Three hours.
Bw. Advanced study of Grammar and textual criticism. Robertson's
great text is used. Souter is read on the Canon and Text of
the New Testament. Some library reading is required from Westcott
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