By special request Rev. Professor E. C. Moore has undertaken to give in Phillips Brooks House Parlor on Friday evenings at 7 o'clock a course of six lectures on "The Expansion of Christendom in the Nineteenth Century." Professor Moore gave the introductory lecture of the course last week and will give the second lecture on "India and Mohammedan Lands" tonight at 7 o'clock.
The object of the course is to show how modern thought, and the religious, educational, and philanthropic life of Christian countries has reacted on the life of the other countries during the nineteenth century. The lectures are to be 45 minutes in length and are open to all members of the University. Already 85 men have enrolled in the course, and all others who wish to attend should hand in their names at the lecture tonight.
The subjects of the remaining lectures of the course are as follows:
March 23--China and Japan.
March 30--Africa, North and South America.
April 6--Educational, Literary, and Philanthropic Work.
April 13--Medical, Industrial, and Religious Work.