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THE MONTHLY MAGAZINE OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH
PUBLISHED AT POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y.
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THE REV. GEORGE G. BARTLETT, A.B., Dean, Homiletics and Pastoral Care. REV LUCIEN M. ROBINSON, S.T.D., Liturgics, Church Polity, and Canon Law. REV. A D. HEFFERN, D.D., New Testament Literature and Language.
REV. JAMES ALAN MONTGOMERY, Ph.D., S.T.D., Old Testament Literature and Language.
REV GEORGE C. FOLEY, D.D., Systematic Divinity.
REV J. CULLEN AYER, Jr., Ph.D., Ecclesiastical History.
REV ROYDEN K. YERKES, D.D., Instructor in Greek, Old Testament, and the History of Religions.
Special students admitted. Graduates' course for graduates of this and other Theological Seminaries. Degrees of Bachelor of Divinity, Master of Sacred Theology, Doctor of Divinity, and Doctor of Canon Law are conferred in course.
Special instruction in Comparative Religion and Manners and Customs of the heathen people is given to those preparing for the Missionary Field.
Students have the privilege of courses of special study at the UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, and also the free use of the extensive Library of the University.
For catalogue send to the Dean, REV. GEORGE G. BARTLETT, 5000 Woodland Avenue, or the Secretary, REV. W. ARTHUR WARNER, Church House, 12th and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia.
THE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
The Session Opens Wednesday, September 19, 1917
Rev. Berryman Green, D.D., Dean.
Rev. Angus Crawford, M.A., D.D., Hebrew and Old Testament Litera
Rev. Samuel A. Wallis, D.D., Church Polity, Pastoral Theology, Liturgics, Canon Law, Sunday School Pedagogics, and Secretary to the Faculty.
Rev. Berryman Green, D.D., English Bible, Homiletics, Ethics, and Sociology.
Rev. Paca Kennedy, M.A., D.D., Greek Testament.
Rev. Wilbur C. Bell, M.A., D.D., Systematic Divinity and Apologetics. Rev. Wallace E. Rollins, B.A., D.D., Ecclesiastical History and Christian Missions.
Mr. Willoughby Reade, M.El., Elocution and Music.
Alumni, over 1,000; Bishops, 33; Foreign Missionaries, 60. It has founded all the Foreign Missions of our Church. Library 30,000 volumes.
SPECIAL STUDENTS ADMITTED
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