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Shedd's, Prof. G. W. T., Homiletics | Topography of Jerusalem, The, ar-
and Pastoral Theology, noticed,
ticle on, by Samuel Wolcott, D.D.,
116; allusion to Ferguson's theory
of the Topography of Jerusalem,
116; his theory respecting Mount
Zion, 117; confusion introduced
by this theory into Smith's Bible
Dictionary, 118; Mr.Grove's rough
sketch of the terrain of Jerusalem,
119; discussion of the site of the
church of the Holy Sepulchre, 122;
Mr. Ferguson's reply to the Edin-
burgh Reviewer, 126; argument
in favor of his theory from the
architecture of the buildings in
question, 126; supposed existence
of a broad market-place near Con-
stantine's church, 129; argument
drawn from the Mediaeval Histo-
Splittgerber's Sleep and Death, no-
Study of Monuments, The, article
on, translated by Prof. Charles M.
Mead, 276; necessity of such stud-
ies founded on the claim of the
universities, 276; the place that
should be assigned to the study of
monuments, 285; the study of lan-
guages leads to the study of mon-
uments, 285; the ancients took the
lead in the educational use of mon-
uments, 286; the study of monu-
ments should be joined with nat
of history, 288; and with religious
instruction, 289; identity of sacred
history and the history of sacred
doctrine, 290; dogmatics and eth-
ics identical, 291; study of mon-
uments should be joined with that
of church history, 292; monuments
studied to the best advantage in
capital and university cities, 293;
necessity of creating collections of
art, 294; difficulty of procuring
teachers in this department of
Theological Education in England,
article on, by President George F.
Magoun, 531; comparative schol-
arship of the churchmen and dis-
senters in the department of
theology, 532; the dissenters not
contented with what they have
already attained, 536; dissenting
preachers superior to those of the
establishment on account of better
professional training, 559; the
Congregationalists improving their
method of education both for the
higher and lower classes of minis-
ters, 561; necessity of diversifying
our theological education, 562; our
tendency to one, the highest, type
of theological institutions, 564;
should not this tendency be guard-
ed against? 564.
Thayer, Prof. J. H., article by, 681.
Thompson, Joseph, D.D., article by,
Tischendorf's Apocryphal Apocalyp-
ses, noticed, 568.
Twofold fundamental Law of Rhythm
and Accentuation; or the Relation
of the Rhythmical to the Logical
Principle of the Melody of Human
Speech, The, article on, translated
by Prof. Charles M. Mead, 1.
Tyler's American Ecclesiastical Law,
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