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Exercises connected with the inauguration of the Rev. Daniel Johnson Fleming, Professor of Missions; the Rev. Harry Frederick Ward, Professor of Christian Ethics; the Rev. Eugene William Lyman, Professor of the Philosophy of Religion : At the opening service of the eighty-third academic year at the Seminary, September twenty-sixth, nineteen hundred and eighteen. Together with an address given at the eighty-second commencement, May fourteenth, nineteen hundred and eighteen, by the Rev. Henry Preserved Smith.

Contributor(s): Fleming, Daniel Johnson, 1877-1969 | Ward, Harry Frederick, 1873-1966 | Lyman, Eugene William, 1872-1948 | Smith, Henry Preserved, 1847-1927 | Union Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.).
Material type: TextTextPublisher: [New York] : Union Theological Seminary in the city of New York, 1918Description: 65 p. ; 23 cm.Uniform titles: Union Theological Seminary bulletin. Subject(s): Missions | Christian ethics | Christianity and politics | Democracy | Christian leadership
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Rare Book AC 901 .A4 Box 1 no.3 The duty of obedience to existing powers and laws in civil government : A discourse delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Muscatine, Iowa, December 29, 1850 / Rare Book AC 901 .A4 Box 1 no.4 Motives for the pursuit of wisdom : an address pronounced before the Philosophian and Excelsior societies of Wittenberg College, Springfield, Ohio, on the evening of the 19th of March, A.D., 1850 / Rare Book AC 901 .A4 no.5 The memory of the just : a discourse, preached on the occasion of the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Beresford, and Mrs. Eliza Holroyd ... Rare Book AC 901 .A4 no.6 Exercises connected with the inauguration of the Rev. Daniel Johnson Fleming, Professor of Missions; the Rev. Harry Frederick Ward, Professor of Christian Ethics; the Rev. Eugene William Lyman, Professor of the Philosophy of Religion : At the opening service of the eighty-third academic year at the Seminary, September twenty-sixth, nineteen hundred and eighteen. Together with an address given at the eighty-second commencement, May fourteenth, nineteen hundred and eighteen, by the Rev. Henry Preserved Smith. Rare Book AC 901 .A4 no.7 The influence of Christianity on civilization / Rare Book AC 901 .A4 no.8 Discourses delivered in Christ's Church, Gettysburg, Pa., on Thursday, Feb. 27th, 1851, observed as a day of prayer in behalf of colleges and seminaries. Rare Book AC 901 .A4 no.9 The Christian revelation : baccalaureate address /

At head of title: The Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York.

On cover: Union Theological Seminary Bulletin, Vol. II, No. 1, November, 1918.

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