308. THE PASTORAL EPISTLES. (2) A defense of the authenticity of the epistles to Timothy and Titus together with a study of their contents particularly in relation to church order and the impor­ tance of sound teaching. 401. EXPOSITION OF HEBREWS. (2) A verse-by-verse exposition of the epistle, indicating not only the specific details of interpretation, but the theological thought and structure of the book. 402. EXPOSITION OF REVELATION. (2) A verse-by-verse exposition of the Book of Revelation with emphasis upon principles of interpretation, harmonization of the prophetic Scriptures, and method in expository teaching and preaching. 403. THE BOOK OF ISAIAH. (2) A study of the prophecy against the background of its history, with special treatment of the Messianic passages. 404. THE BOOK OF JEREMIAH. (2) A treatment of the book in relation to the other prophetic books of the Old Testament and its special contribution to Messianic prophecy and the future of Israel. 405. THE EPISTLES TO THE EPHESIANS AND COLOSSIANS. (2) The teaching of these related epistles as it pertains to the New Testament church and the life of the believer. 406. THE GALATIAN AND THESSALONIAN EPISTLES. (2) An investigation of these epistles relative to the particular problems existent in the churches to which they were written. 407. PHILIPPIANS AND JOHANNINE EPISTLES. (2) An exposition of these epistles with the application of their teaching to Chris­ tian faith and practice. 408. THE BOOK OF JOB. (2) An expository consideration of the text and its teaching relative to the problem of human suffering.


Assistant Professors THELMA M. BAIN, MARTHA S. HooKER.

Obiective. The objective of this department is to give the necessary undergraduate training for church secretaries and visitors, children's workers, youth leaders, released time teachers, and pastors' assistants in Christian education in America and on the foreign field. Students planning for the foreign field need an adequate background in Chris­ tian education. Because much of the missionary's work involves the building of an indigenous church through the training of native leaders, the modern evangelical missionary must be prepared to establish educational institutions to carry on under native leadership. Those interested in Christian education as an avocation are trained to work in the educational program of the local church as Bible teachers, Sunday School 32

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