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3 CAT ALOG U E OF- THE Western Theological Seminary OF THE REFORMED CHURCH IN AMERICA,- HOLLAND, MICH MILWAUKEE: HOUTKAMP A CANNON, ISSHi.
4 CALENDAR Sept. 3. Entrance Examinations. (C 1. Term Opens. Nov. 27. Thanksgiving Recess begins. Dec. 20. Beginning of Christmas Recess. Jan. 7. Work Resumed Jan. 30. Prayer for Colleges. Apr. 28. Meeting of Board of Superintendents Examinations. a 29. Commencement Exercises in Evening. Vacation. Sept. 1. Entrance Examinations. 2. Term Begins. Nov. 26. Thanksgiving Recess begins. Dec. 18. Beginning of Christmas Recess Jan. 5. Work Resumed.
5 1899. Rev. BOARD OF SUPERINTENDENTS. EX OFFICIO. Gekkit J. Kollen, LL. D., President of Hope College. FROM THE SYNOD OF NEW YORK Rev. F. S. Schenck, D.D., - - Hudson, N. Y. FROM THE SYNOD OF ALBANY Rev. E. A. Collier, D.D., - - Kinderhook, N. Y. FROM THE SYNOD OF NEW BRUNSWICK Rev. A. Paige Peeke, East Millstone, N. J. FROM THE SYNOD OF CHICAGO Rev. P. Moerdyke, D. D., Chicago, Rev. A. Buursma, - - Grand Rapids, Mich Rev. J. P. De Jonge, - - Zeeland, Mich Elder D. J. De Jonge, - - Roseland, Elder F. J. Cushing, - Irving Park, Elder John Snitzler, Grand Rapids, Mich. FROM THE CLASSIS OF DAKOTA. S. J. Harmeling, - Westfield, N. Dakota. FROM THE CLASSIS OF GRAND RIVER *Rev. E. W. Stapelkamp, - Kalamazoo, Mich. FROM THE CLASSIS OF HOLLAND Rev. J. Van der Meulen, D. D., - Holland, Mich. FROM THE CLASSIS OF ILLINOIS Rev. J. H. Van den Hook, Chicago, 111. FROM THE CLASSIS OF IOWA Rev. J. F. Zwemer, Orange City, la. FROM THE CLASSIS OF MICHIGAN Rev. John A. De Spelder, - Constantine, Mich. FROM THE CLASSIS OF PLEASANT PRAIRIE Rev. J. Muller, German Valley, 111. FROM THE CLASSIS OF WISCONSIN Rev. J. Broek, South Holland, 111. "Appointed for vacancy.
6 4 FACULTY. REV. JOHN W. BEARDSLEE, D. D., President of the Faculty and Professor of Biblical Languages and Literature. REV. HENRY E. DOSKER, D. D., Secretary of the Faculty and Professor of Historical Theology. In charge of Hermeneutics and Harmony of the Gospels. REV. EGBERT WINTER, D. D., Professor of Didactic and Polemic Theology. In charge of Practical Theology. OFFICERS OF THE BOARD. Rev. E. Winter, D.D., President. Rev. P. Moerdyke, D. D., Stated Clerk. COMMITTEE ON RECEPTION OF STUDENTS AND EXAMINATIONS. Rev. J. W. Beardslle, D. D., Rev. H. E. Dosker, D. D., Rev. E. Winter, I). D., Rev. A. Buursma, Rev J. P. De Jonge.
7 STUDENTS. Henry Huizinga, Wirtje T. Janssen, William Miedema, John Schaefer, SENIOR CLASS. Hope College, Hope College, Hope College, Hope College, Holland, Mich. Foreston, 111. Vriesland. Oregon, 111. John W. Te Paske, Hope College (special), Orange City, la. William Wol'vius, Grand Rapids, Mich. Theological School, Grand Rapids. ISM. MIDDLE CLASS. Marttnus E. Broekstra, Hospers, Ta. Theological School, Kampen. Douwe De Groot, Holland, Mich. Cornelius A. Jongewaaed, Orange City, la. Peter Swart, Iowa College, Hope College, John W. Te Selle, Hope College (special), Chicago, 111. Holland, Neb. Aart Van Arendonk, Harrison, S. Dakota. Hope College (special), 1894.
8 G JUNIOR CLASS. Albert W. De Jonoe, Grand Rapids, Mich. National Educational Diploma, Netherlands. Harm Dykhuizen, Grand Rapids, Mich. - Hope College, Johannes Enuelsman, G hicago, Hope College (special), Harke Frieling, Grand Rapids, Mich. Theological School, Grand Rapids, William Gkuys, Middleburg, la. Hope College (special), Benjamin Hoffman, Overisel. Hope College, SUMMARY. Senior Class... 6 Middle Class... 6 Junior Class
9 7 COURSE OF STUDY. JUNIOR YEAR. PROF. BEARDSLEE. EXEGETICAL THEOLOGY. Elemements of Hebrew. Grammatical 1* orms. Inductive Study, based on reading of the text. Selections from the Pentateuch. In Greek. Acts of the Apostles. PROF. DOSKER. Greek Harmony and Exegesis of the Gospels. Archeology. Sacred Geography Hermeneutics (Terry s). Organic. Unity of the Sacred Scriptures. Biblical Symbolism. HISTORICAL THEOLOGY. Sacred History (Kurtz). General Scope of Revelation. Contrast between Judmism and Paganism. Rise and Development of the Kingdom of God. Comparative Data of Sacred and Profane History.. PROF. WINTER. SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY. Introduction. Encyclopedia. Symbolics. PRACTICAL THEOLOGY. Theory of Preaching. Analysis of Sermons. Homiletical Exercises.
10 8 MIDDLE YEAR. PROP. BEARDSLEE. EXEGETICAL THEOLOGY. Hebrew Etymology and Syntax. Old Testament Introduction. Messianic Prophecy. Readings from Historical Books. In Greek. Exegetical Study of the Epistle to the Hebrews, and Corinthians. Sight Reading. Book of Revelation and Paul's Minor Epistles. PROF. DOSKER. HISTORICAL THEOLOGY. Primitive History of the Church. Christ and His Apostles. A ncient and Mediaeval Church History. Struggle between the Roman Empire and the Church. Victory of the latter. Contact between Philosophy and Theology. Life and Morals of the Church. Sects, Schools, and Heresies. Asceticism and Fanaticism. The Dawn of the Reformation. PROF. WINTER. SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY. Lectures. Theology Proper. Anthropolgy. Objective Soteriology. PRACTICAL THEOLOGY. Homiletics. Church Government. Pastoral Theology. Lectures.
11 9 SENIOR YEAR PROF. BEARDSLEE. Hebrew Prophetical and Poetical Books. Selections from Historical Books. Aramaic. In Greek.- Introduction to New Testament. Exegetical Study of Romans and Writings of John. Sight Reading from Pastoral and Oatholic Epistles. PROF. DOSKER. HISTORICAL THEOLOGY. The Reformation. The Age of Symbols. Doctrinal struggles in the Protestant Church. Catholic Reaction. Deformation and Protestant Scholasticism. Rise and Development of Rationalism. Deism and Atheism. Sectarianism. Missions. The Church of Christ and Christian Society in the 19th Century. PROF. WINTER. SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY. Lectures. Subjective Soteriology. Ecclesiology. Eschatology. Apologetics. Ethics. Review of the whole System. PRACTICAL THEOLOGY. Homiletics. Homiletical Exercises. Pastoral Theology. Catechetics. Church Government. Theory of Missions. N. B Church Government, Ethics, Catechetics, Theory of Missions, and Homiletics are divided between Middle and Senior Year.
12 GENERAL INFORMATION. ADMISSION. The Seminary is open for the admission of students from every denomination of Christians. A Committee of the Board of Superintendents, on the reception of students, meets on the first Tuesday in September, at 11 o clock a. m. Every applicant is required to present a certificate of church membership and one of literary qualifications. One who has not pursued a regular Collegiate course must give proof by testimonials or examination of such literary attainments as will enable him to enter upon the course of studies in the school. The requirement of the Constitution in regard to students preparing for the ministry in the Reformed Church, is as follows: Every person contemplating the work of the ministry, before he commences his course of Theological studies, shall furnish satisfactory evidence of his being a member in full communion and good standing of a Reformed Protestant Church ; of his piety, ability, and literary attainments; and thereupon shall be admitted into one of the Theological Schools; and during the prosecution of his studios there, shall be subject to the rules and regulations thereof ; and when he shall have completed the prescribed course and term of Theological studies, shall be admitted to an examination according to the regulations of the school as established by the General Synod; and if found qualified, shall receive a professorial certificate to that effect, which shall entitle him to an examination for licensure before the Classis to which he belongs. Constitution, Art. II, $ec. 2. THE YEAR.. The Seminary opens on the first Tuesday in September, when the Committee meets for the reception of students, and closes on the last Wednesday in April, with the annual Commencement.
13 11 PREACHING. The students preach regularly before the Faculty and Students, subject to such criticism as may be appropriate. They also preach in the churches, especially such as are vacant, under the direction of the Faculty. LECTURES. A course of Lectures, on subjects bearing on Ministerial work, is to be delivered annually under the direction of the Board of Superintendents. MISSION WORK. The Students are organized as a Mission Band and hold themselves in readiness to attend any calls to address meetings, where they can advocate the cause of Missions. Mr. Peter Semelink has established a Scholarship of $2,000, the income of which is to be paid to a student in the Seminary, preference being given to one looking forward to the Foreign Missionary Work. LIBRARY. Besides the reference Library in Semelink Family Hall, students have free access to the Graves Library and Reading Room of Hope College. ADELPH1G SOCIETY. This is a weekly gathering of the Professors and Students for the discussion of questions relating to the practical woik of the ministry. The exercises embrace debates, essays, and general discussions. COMMENCEMENT. The Theological Commencement Exercises take place on Wednesday evening, at the close of the year. Addresses aie delivered by the Seniors, in English and Dutch, and by some member of the Board of Superintendents appointed for the purpose.
14 12 BENEFICIARY AID. Instruction is entirely gratuitous. Young men are aided by the Board of Education as their circumstances require and the funds admit, not only while in the Seminary, but in the studies preparatory to entering it. Rooms are provided in Van Vleck Hall, and board can be obtained in the city or at the Students' Clubs at from SI. 75 to S2.50 per week. SEmelink family hall. This building, erected by Mr. Peter Semelink, contains Recitation Rooms, Library and Chapel; is erected on one of the most desirable lots in the city, just South of the College Campus: and contains every convenience for Seminary work. location. Holland is situated at the head of Macatawa Bay, which opens into Lake Michigan, giving it all the attraction of boating, with daily steamers for Chicago and other points. It has good railroad facilities, and offers many attractions as a place of residence.
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