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THE Sunday afternoon lectures of Professor Toy offer to those students who remain in Cambridge during the day a valuable opportunity for Bible study which should certainly not be neglected. Aside from the religious aspects of the matter, no man can be deemed thoroughly educated who is ignorant of the book that for centuries has influenced in every way human life and thought, and which, as the representative of Christianity, has given us the advanced civilization of which we are so proud. We are glad to know that our Sunday afternoons are being made both pleasant and profitable: first, by the opening of the Library; second, by these lectures from a biblical scholar in every way competent for the task.