LANGUAGE 401-414 Reid McCullough-Department Head 401-402 NEW TESTAMENT GREEK (I, II) introduces the student to the original lan­ guage of the New Testament by a basic study of Greek grammar, the ac­ quisitior, of a working vocabulary, and practice in reading easy portions of the New Testament. -Dr. McCullough 403-406 GREEK EXEGESIS (I, II, III, IV) continues grammatical and syntactical study of New Testament Greek and studies the translation and exegesis of specific books. I. The Gospel of John IL The Epistles of John and the Revelation III. Romans, I Corinthians and one selected Epistle IV. Gospel of Luke or Matthew and selected Epistles. -Dr. McCullough 407 -410 HEBREW (I, II, III, IV) acquaints the student with the original language of the Old Testament. Hebrew grammar is followed by reading from the Hebrew Bible parts of Genesis, Psalms, and the Prophets, and translation into He­ brew with special emphasis on idiom. -Dr. McCullough 411 -412 SPANISH (I, II) gives the student a foundation in grammar and pronunci­ ation with special emphasis on conversation and the preparation of simple messages in Spanish. -Miss Ender 413-414 PHONETICS (I, II) deals with the science of the articulate sounds of human speech. The sounds of English speech are analyzed, also the sounds peculiar to mission fields. The student is taught how to classify, reproduce, and prop- erly record unfamiliar speech sounds. Instructor to be announced 415-416 CHINESE (I, II) gives to the student preparing for missionary work in China a basic knowledge of reading, speaking, and writing Mandarin, the national language of China. The study includes words of the Christian vocabulary and introduces the reading of the Mandarin Bible. -Mr. Hillis


501-506 ENGLISH I, II, III, IV, V, VI

The study of the English language and its use as the vehicle of the Chr istian message involves grammatical structure, vocabulary, oral and written com­ position, and literary expression. I. (Etymology) The structure of words and their discriminati ng use . II. (Composition) The mechanics of wri ting and the organ ization of the devotional message. III. (Composition) Compositton forms, and the Christian problem narrative. IV. (Grammar) Fundamental facts of technical grammar applied to the text of the English Bible. This course is a prerequisite for New· Testament Greek. V. VI. (Literature) British and American Christian writers and the application of literary quotations. -Miss Pentney 507-508 PUBLIC SPEAKING includes fundamentals in the use of the voice in public speaking, assigned study in the writings of masters of speech, speech analy­ sis, outlines, class practice and criticism. -Mr. Ken nedy, Mr. Mayes

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