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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1909)
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REACHES TOP POINT
QREATE8T ENROLLMENT FOR BI
BLE 8TUDY EVER RECORDED.
INTEREST GENERAL IN COUNTY
COMMITTEE MAKE8 NEW PLAN8
Statistics 8how That 538 Institutions
Have Taken Up the Work With
a Total Enrollment of
Of thlH number porhaps 100 con
tinued In claBBoa for two montliB or
more. TIioho men wore attondlng llfty
one dlfferont classes, four of which
wero In fraternity uoubos.- Threo nor
mal cliiB80B wero conducted for the
loaders of HiIb group. Tholr enroll
ment for tho past four years 1b ob
folloWB: 1905-06, 18G; 11)06.07. 400;
1007-08, 525; 1908-09, G7G.
The Bible Btudy committee this year
plnn to exceed all past records In
both numbers and thoroughnoBB of tho
work. E. H. Jorgonaon, 1910, Is chair
man with Prof. P. C. Pronch aB fac
ulty advlBor. They plan to have a
course of training for noxt year's
leaders to bring tho subject boforo
the university men both through
Hpring enrollment and through sum
mor correspondence. This Is to bo
followed by on nggresBlvg systematic
campaign In the fall, when next year's
work begins again.
Movement Is General.
Tho remarkable Ulblo study move
inent among studonts of North Amer
ican colleges and universities Is of
rocont growth. Previous to tho year
;1885 tho porsonul and voluntary Bible
Btudy of students was attended with
llttlo system or unity. Tho curriculum
pt n fow Institutions included a chair
in Biblical Htorature, and thore were
a limited number of colleges which
provided some Dlblo instruction by
tho way of collogo lectureships or
largo classes taught by collogo pro
fessors. A genuine system of Individ
ual Blblo study was, however, quTto
unother question and tho student was
Joft In this mattor to follow his own
In tho year 1885, Mr. Moody and
lour members of the International
committee of tho Y. M. C. A. spent
two months in tho preparation of Bi
hie outllnos for tho uso of tho young
pion In tho colleges. Thosof outlines
were printed and circulated among tho
students. During tho subsequent ten
years other sots of Blblo studies wero
written until ton years later, 1895, one
hundred and eighty-nine Institutions
reportod 6.131 students In voluntary
Bible classes under the leadership of
professors and ministers.
Tho following year. 1896, the present
plan of small groups under student
leadership was adopted. The results
which followed this method have fully
Just I lied the wisdom of the change.
The movement has grown steadily In
numbers and In efllcloncy,
Many Are Enrolled.
Last year. 1907.-1908, In 538 Institu
tions 18.882 men entered Bible classes
and 311.663 of that number continued
In those classes for two months or
more. At the present time the Inter
national committee of tho Y. M. C. A.
omploys one secretary and two as
sistants whose Bole duty It 1b to ex
tend this work and organize It bo as to
.secure a higher grade of work. At
presont Mr. C. S. Cooper, the Blblo
study secrotury, is visiting tho col
leges of ABla to promote this move
ment among thoso Institutions.
Tho personnel of the men who nro
.promoting this propaganda Is an In-
aicauvo or us scope and character.
The advisory committoo includes
twonty-threo prominent educators,
every ono of which has a doctor's do
groo. In addition to this committoo
thore are fifty counsellors takon from
different Institutions in tho United
States and Canada including such mon
as Col. C. W. Larned of U. S. military
academy. West Point: Rnh't v Snnir
of Now. York; Provost C. C. Harri
son, unlvorslty of Pennsylvania; Da
vid Starr Jordan, president Loland
Stanford unlvorslty; BonJ. Ido Wheel
er, presiaent of University of Call-1
fornln, and J. B. Angoll, president of!
Unlvorslty of Michigan. At presont
there are fifty different courses pub
lished nnd used In this v movement.
Thoy aro "adapted to the noods of .ill
classes of studonts from high schools
and preparatory Bchools up to the
Statistics 8how 8lze.
Tho following statistics ln.itcato
something of tho size and importance
of the Biblo dtudy movement among
538 Institutions report 48,882 men
entering classes and 33,663 continued
In thor classes for two months or
342 institutions roport co-operation
of 829' faculty men in Blblo study
as advisors, leaders of normal groups,
. 129 Institutions report 4,267 men In
fraternity Bible classes.
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127 institutions roport 1,721 ontored
In trulning classes.
217 Institutions report 3,898 non
Christian men in Blblo classes.
306 Institutions report 10,012 mon
following dally habits of Bible study.
116 Institutions roport 1,196 mon
led into Christian Hfo through Bible
364 Institutions roport In Blblo
classes 6,740 students holding promi
nent places In co..oge life. Tho fol
lowing list bIiowb the positions thoy
Class presidents 727
Members of college glee clubs.. 1,103
Members of baseball teams 968
Members of football teams 1.021
Members of track teams 950
Members of vnrBlty crows 15
Members of basket-ball teams... 527
Editors of college papers 764
Prize and scholarship mon 665
At tho University of Illinois last
year over 1,000 men entered classes
and 802 continued two months or
more. This Included 300 fraternity
men. At Yale tho enrollment In De
cember of this school year 900 mon
had been enrolled, while the Univer
sity of Toronto reported 950 men at
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