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" Literary Convention" was held in the city of New York, at which a committee was appointed to consider and report, at a future meeting, on " the propriety of studying the Bible, as a classic, in the institutions of a Christian country." About the first... "
Report of the Committee on the Propriety of Studying the Bible in the ... - Page 2
1832 - 24 pages
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American Annals of Education

Education - 1831
...especially in reference to the academical and collegiate court. . Rutolrrd, That in the opinion nf the Convention, the Report on The propriety of studying the Bible as a clastic in the institutions of a Chriiliin country, is a document which deserves the attention of the...
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American Annals of Education and Instruction, and Journal of ..., Volume 1

Education - 1831
...literature and antiquities of the Bible ought to form a part of every course of liberal education. a course of Biblical instruction, especially in reference...copious information, as for the candor with which it slates and examines objections to the proposed plan of biblical instruction. Dr Milnor, Dr Maclay,...
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American Annals of Education and Instruction, and Journal of ..., Volume 1

Education - 1831
...both. Study of the Bible. A report was subsequently read by WC Woodbridgc, on behalf of the Committee on the propriety of studying the Bible as a classic, in the institutions of a Christian country, which was assigned for discussion for the last year. The claims of the Bible as a literary work, to...
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Journal of the Proceedings of a Convention of Literary and Scientific ...

New York University - Education - 1831 - 286 pages
...to consider and report, at their discretion, on the thirteenth topic proposed to the Convention, " the propriety of studying the Bible as a classic in the institutions of a Christian country." On motion duly made and seconded, the resolution, as read, was adopted. The following committee was...
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Journal of the Proceedings of a Convention of Literary and Scientific ...

Education - 1831 - 286 pages
...appointed to consider and report, at their discretion, on the thirteenth topic proposed to the Convention, "the propriety of studying the Bible as a classic in the institutions of a Christian country." On motion duly made and seconded, the resolution, as read, was adopted. The following committee was...
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The Life of Willbur [sic] Fisk: First President of the Wesleyan University

Joseph Holdich - Methodist Church - 1842 - 455 pages
...invitation was promptly complied with." — Life of Dr. John H. Lningston, p. 499. Convention of 1830, on ' the propriety of studying the Bible as a classic in the institutions of a Christian country.' " This topic was considered as involving the inquiry whether such a study of the Bible as would make...
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A Memoir of the Life of James Milnor, D.D.: Late Rector of St. George's ...

John Seely Stone - 1848 - 646 pages
...the city of New York, at which a committee was appointed to consider and report, at a future meeting, on " the propriety of studying the Bible, as a classic, in the institutions of a Christian country." About the first of November, 1831, the convention reassembled, and the committee presented their report....
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A Memoir of the Life of James Milnor

John Seely Stone - Clergy - 1849 - 549 pages
...the city of New York, at which a committee was appointed to consider and report, at a future meeting, on " the propriety of studying the Bible, as a classic, in the institutions of a Christian country." About the first of November, 1831, the convention reassembled, and the committee presented their report....
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Religious Library, Volume 16

1849
...the city of New York, at which a committee was appointed to consider and report, at a future meeting, on " the propriety of studying the Bible, as a classic, in the institutions of a Christian country." About the first of November, 1831, the convention reassembled, and the committee presented their report....
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American Journal of Education, Volume 1

William Russell, William Channing Woodbridge - Education - 1830
...XII. Whether any course of instruction on the evidences of Christianity will be admissible. XI II. The propriety of studying the Bible as a classic in the institutions of a Christian country. tion of our colleges and referred to a committee consistine of President Marsh of Turlington, Mr Sparks...
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