CADBURY WILL DISCUSS SOURCES OF THE BIBLE
To Speak at Brooks House Tomorrow At 4 O'clock--Gives Second Lecture Of Series on Religion
Henry Joel Cadbury O.'04, Assistant Professor of New Testament Interpretation, will speak in Peabody Hall. Phillips Brooks House, tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. Professor Cadbury's subject will be, "The Sources and Authority of the Bible." He will discuss the infallibility and inspiration of the Bible and their relation to modern interpretations and translations. He also intends to answer the two questions. "How to read and study the Bible?" and "Is the Bible antiquated?" Professor Cadbury is an authority on Biblical subjects and is preparing his address particularly for this meeting.
This lecture is the second of a series in religion being given under the auspices of the Graduate Schools Society and the Christian Association. The first lecture was given last Sunday in Paine Hall, where 650 men heard President Eliot discuss "Religion for Modern Youth".
The presiding officer will be Douglas Van Steere 2G., general chairman of the lecture course in religion. This course has been arranged with the definite purpose of giving all who attend it a general knowledge of religion such as Government 1 gives in the field of government or Philosophy A in philosophy. The course is purely educational, and is open to all members of the University regardless of sect or creed. No exhortations of any sort will be given in the lectures.
Opportunity for questioning the speaker is offered at the end of every address, so that members of the audience may have doubtful points explained. Questions may also be written out and handed in before the lecture, and the speaker will endeavor to answer them in the course of his address.