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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-301

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300 EVENING CLASSES SYLLABUS OF EVENING CLASSES DIVINITY Day and Hour of Attendance-Wednesday evening from to The subject of the Lectures of the Evening Session will be The Old Testament books corresponding to the periods from Isaiah to the Captivity the Captivity and the Restoration The history of Israel from the cessation of Prophecy to the birth of our Lord with notice of the Apocryphal or Ecclesiastical books The relations of the Old Testament to the New ELEMENTARY GREEK TESTAMENT Day and Hour of Attendance -Wednesday from to The Gospels of St Mark and St Luke Introduction- Translation-Syntax-Exegesis The Lecturer hopes to make this course sufficient prepara- tion for the Entrance Examination of the Theological Depart- ment and at the same time useful to those who do not intend to enter into Holy Orders As far as possible the instruction will be adapted to the wants of individual members of tbe class An elementary knowledge of Greek Grammar will be expected upon entrance This may be obtained from Jacob's Smaller Greek Grammar Simpkin and Marshall 2s together with Farrar's Rules of Greek Syntax Longmans 6d or any similar books The books needed for th class are- Scrivener's Greek Testament Deighton Bell Co 4s 6d Liddell Scott's Smaller Greek Lexicon Macmillan 7s 6d
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