Professor H. S. Nash '78, of the Episcopal Theological School, will deliver the first of his lectures of the last series of the course of three conferences under the auspices of St. Paul's Society, on the general topic "The Christian Faith" in the Noble Room of Phillips Brooks House this evening at 7.15 o'clock. The address will be preceded by evening prayer. All members of the University are invited to attend.
Professor Nash will take for his main subject "Is the New testament a Trustworthy Book of Witness to the Mind, Work, and Person of Christ?" His lecture tonight will be on "The New Testament as Literature, and the Standards by Which It Should be Judged."
The other lectures will be given as follows: March 4, "The Gospels as Records of Fact and as the Products of Interpretation". "The Mind of Jesus"; March 11, "The New Testament as a Book of witness to the Powers and Presence of Christ in History."