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WELCOME TO COLUMBIA THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 

We hope this catalog introduction to Columbia Seminary will 
encourage you to visit the campus in Decatur, Georgia, meet the 
faculty and staff, visit with students and catch the spirit of this 
institution which has striven to serve the Church since its beginning 
in 1828. 

Through our more than 1700 graduates who serve in every state 
of our denomination as well as twenty other countries and our 
student body of 200 we seek to offer the Church men and women 
of excellence dedicated to the ministry of Jesus Christ as under- 
stood through the Reformed tradition. 

Welcome then, to Columbia, its faculty, staff and students. We 
covet your interest and support and prayers as we prepare for the 
days ahead that we may serve with faithfulness, learn with diligence 
and work unceasingly toward the greater Glory of God. 




Columbia Theological Seminary, a seminary of the Presbyterian Church, U.S., 
owned and controlled by the Synods of Florida, Mid South and Southeast through 
a Board of Directors. It is an accredited member of the Association of Theological 
Schools. 



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COLUMBIA THEOLOGIAL SEMINARY 
DECATUR, GEORGIA 30031 

Vol 68, No. 6 / November 1974 
Eugene H. Tennis, Editor 

Published 7 times a year 

Jan., Feb., Apr., May, July, Oct., Nov. 

Second class postage paid 
at Decatur, Georgia 30030. 






CONTENTS 

Calendar 

Board of Directors 

Administration 

Faculty 

Seminary Committees 

Financial Information 

1974 Graduates 

Roll of Students 







CALENDAR 1974-76 



1974-75 
Academic Year 




July 8 - Aug. 30, 
1974 


Summer Language School 


FALL QUARTER 




Sept. 9-11 


Faculty-Student Retreat 


Sept. 18-25 


Introductory Term 
& Registration 


Sept. 26 


Classes Begin 


Nov. 18 


Registration for 
Winter Quarter 


Nov. 28 - Dec. 1 


Thanksgiving Vacation 


Dec. 9 


Reading Day 


Dec. 10-13 


Exams 


Dec. 14 


Christmas Vacation Begins 



WINTER QUARTER 

Jan. 6, 1975 Classes Begin 



Feb. 24 


Registration for 
Spring Quarter 


Mar. 10 


Reading Day 


Mar. 11-13 


Exams 


Mar. 14 


Spring Vacation Begins 


SPRING QUARTER 




Mar. 20 


Classes Begin 




Cood Friday Holiday 


May 12 


Registration for 
Summer Quarter 


May 22-23 


Senior Exams 


May 26 


Reading Day 


May 27-30 


Exams 


May 31 -June 1 


Commencement 



1975-76 
Academic Year 

July 7 -Aug. 29, 
1975 



Sept 


17-24 


Sept 


25 


Nov. 


17 


Nov. 


27-30 


Dec. 


8 


Dec. 


9-12 


Dec. 


13 


Jan. 


5, 1976 


Feb. 23 


Mar. 


8 


Mar. 


9-11 


Mar. 


12 


Mar. 


22 


Apr. 


16 


May 


17 


May 


27-28 


May 


31 


June 


1-4 


June 


5-6 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

j. Erskine Love, Jr C hair man 

The Rev. Harvard A. Anderson Vh e Chairman 

The Rev. F. Sidney Anderson Treasure! 

The Rev. John H. Law Se< retar) 

Barbara C. Cheney Assistant Se< retary 

Term to Expire 1975 

The Rev. Harvard A. Anderson Orlando, Florida 

The Rev. Richard T. Harbison Pensai o/a, Florida 

Robert E. Lee Pensacola, I lorida 

W. T. Neal, Jr Brewton, Alabama 

The Rev. Richard L. Summers Gulfport, Mississippi 

The Rev. J. Edward Craig Orangeburg, South Carolina 

The Rev. Harry A. Fifield Atlanta, Georgia 

J. Erskine Love, Jr Atlanta, Georgia 

Term to Expire 7976 

The Rev. Betty L. Blanton Jacksonville, Florida 

The Rev. Paul M. Edris Daytona Beach, Florida 

Myron Gibbons Tampa, Florida 

Frank Mitchener, Jr Sumner, Mississippi 

The Rev. John H. Sadler Huntsville, Alabama 

The Rev. Cecil D. Brearley, Jr Columbia, South Carolina 

Harold D. Jackson Cheraw, South Carolina 

The Rev. James V. Johnson, Jr Columbus, Georgia 

Champney A. McNair Atlanta, Georgia 

Term to Expire 1977 

The Rev. Samuel D. McCammon, Jr St. Petersburg, Florida 

Sloan McCrea Miami, Florida 

Emily C Wood Maitland, Florida 

The Rev. Charles R. McCain Tuscaloosa, Alabama 

Thomas E. Rast Birmingham, Alabama 

William F. Winter Jackson, Mississippi 

The Rev. Frederick Z. Woodward McComb, Mississippi 

The Rev. John H. Law Dalton, Georgia 

The Rev. J. Phillips Noble Charleston, South Carolina 

The Rev. J. Davison Philips Decatur, Georgia 

Eugene F. Rogers Columbia, South Carolina 

Executive Committee 

J. Erskine Love, Jr., Chairman 

The Rev. Harvard A. Anderson The Rev. John H. Law 

The Rev. Betty L. Blanton The Rev. Charles R. McCain 

The Rev. J. Edward Craig Thomas E. Rast 

Investment Committee 

H. Talmage Dobbs, Chairman 

The Rev. F. Sidney Anderson The Rev. J. McDowell Ri< hards 

The Rev. C Benton Kline, Jr. John C. Spencer 

J. Erskine Love, Jr. Robed Watt 

The Rev. J. Davison Philips 



ADMINISTRATION 

C. Benton Kline, Jr., Ph.D President 

Secretary: Barbara C. Cheney 

Charles B. Cousar, Ph.D .Dean of Academic Affairs 

Secretary: Margaret G. Cogswell 

Jack B. McMichael, Ed.D Dean of Ministry Development 

Jasper N. Keith, Jr., B.D Director of Supervised Ministry 

Wade P. Huie, Jr., Ph.D Director of In-Career D. Min. 

Secretary: Betty L. Bellville 
Secretary: Ann A. Titshaw 

T. Erskine Clarke, Th.D Dean of Students 

Secretary: Betty W. Davis 

F. Sidney Anderson, Th.M Treasurer 

A. Cecil Moore, Jr., B.D Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds 

William Laupheimer Manager, Food Services 

Margaret P. Boozer Manager, Bookstore 

Bookkeeper: Jerry B. Fisher 

Assistant Bookkeeper: Jean E. Richardson 

Telephone Receptionist: Betty P. Stringer 

Harold B. Prince, M.A., M.L Librarian 

Glenn R. Wittig, M.L.S Associate Librarian 

Library Assistant: Barbara S. Dixon 
Library Assistant: Louisa V. Rickett 
Library Assistant: Ann M. Taylor N 

Eugene H. Tennis Executive Director of Development 

Director of Seminary Relations 

Secretary: Mildred G. Berry 
Secretary: Pat A. Kinder 

Department of Pastoral Care 

Administrative Assistant: Violet M. Pilcher 





F. SIDNEY ANDERSON EUGENE H. TENNIS 

Treasurer Executive Director 

of Development 



FACULTY 



C. BENTON KLINE, JR., Ph.D. 

President, 

Proiessoi oi Theolog) 

A.B., College of Woostei B.D rh.M., Princeton rheological Seminary; 

Ph.D., Vale University 





HUBERT VANCE TAYLOR, Ph.D. 
Professor of Public Speech and Music 

A.B., Lafayette College; B.Mus., Westminster Choir College; B.D., Columbia 
Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Northwestern University 



HAROLD BAILEY PRINCE, M.A., ML 

Librarian 

A.B., M.A., University of South Carolina; M.L., Emory University; B.D., 

Columbia Theological Seminary 





THOMAS HALDANE McDILL, M.A. 
Professor of Pastoral Theology and Counseling 

A.B., Erskine College; M.Div., Columbia Theological Seminar) M \ 
University of Chicago; D.Lit., Presbyterian College 



JAMES HERBERT GAILEY, JR., Th.D. 
Professor of Old Testament Language, Literature, and Exegesis 

A.B., Davidson College; B.D . ( olumbia Theological Seminary; rh.M 

Th.D, Princeton Theological Seminar) 





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SHIRLEY CAPERTON GUTHRIE, JR., Th.D. 
/. B. Green Professor of Systematic Theology 

A.B., Austin College; B.D., Princeton Theological Seminary; Th.D., University 
of Basel. 



WADE 
Peter Ma 



PRICHARD HUIE, JR., Ph.D. 
rshall Professor of Homiletics 



A.B., Emory University; B.D., Columbia Theological Seminary; Ph.D., New 

College, University of Edinburgh. 





LUDWIG RICHARD MAX DEWITZ, Ph.D. 
j/i ' Professor of Old Testament Language, Literature, and Exegesis 

&/, B.D., University of London; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University. 



CHARLES BLANTON COUSAR, Ph.D. 
Dean of Academic Affairs; Samuel A. Cartledge Professor of 

New Testament 
Language, Literature, and Exegesis 

A.B., Davidson College; B.D., Columbia Theological Seminary; Ph.D., King's 

College, University of Aberdeen. 





RONALD STEWART WALLACE, Ph.D. 
Professor of Biblical Theology 

B.Sc, M.A., Ph.D., University of Edinburgh. 



DON M. WARDLAW, PhD 
Professor of HomiletU s 

A.B., Columbia University; B.D., Union rheologu .il Seminary, Virginia; 

Ph.D . University Of Aberdeen 





JACK BRAME McMICHAEL, Ed.D. 

Dean of Ministry Development; Professor of Church 

Administration and Polity 

A.B., East Texas State Teachers College; M.Div., ( olumbia Theological 
Seminary; Ed.D., Columbia University. 



J. WILL ORMOND, Ph.D. 
/. McDowell Richards Associate Professor of Biblical Exposition 

A.B., University of Alabama; B.D., Columbia Theological Seminary; Th.M., 
Princeton Theological Seminars; Ph.D., University of Glasj 





THERON S. NEASE, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology and Counseling 

A.B., Austin College; B.D., Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary Ph.D. 

Princeton Theological Seminary. 



FREDERICK OIK) BONKOVSKY, Ph.D 
Assoi rate Professor of christian Ethk s 

Muskingum College; M.Div., Yale Divinity School; Certificate Free 
University! Berlin; Ph I) . Harvard University 








THOMAS ERSKINE CLARKE, Th.D. 
Dean of Students 



J A.B., University of South Carolina; B.D., Columbia Theological Seminary; 
8$ Th.M., Th.D., Union Theological Seminary, Virginia. 



JASPER NEWTON KEITH, JR., B.D. 
Director of Supervised Ministry 

A.B., Mercer University; B.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; 
Certified Supervisor, Association for Clinical Pastoral Education; Candidate 

for S.T.D., Columbia Theological Seminary. 





CATHERINE GUNSALUS GONZALEZ, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Church History 

B.A., Beaver College; S.T.B., Boston University School of Theology; 
Ph.D., Boston University. 



EDUARD NUESSNER LORING, M.A. 
Assistant Professor of American Christianity and Ethics 

A.B., Presbyterian College; B.D., Columbia Theological Seminary; M.A., 
Vanderbilt University; Candidate for Ph.D., Vanderbilt University. 





GLENN RUSSELL WITTIG, M.L.S. 
Associate Librarian 

B.A., Tennessee Temple College; M.L.S., Rutgers University. 



VISITING INSTRUCTORS 

KATHERINE IMOGENE BENNETT, B.C.E. 

Atlanta Presbytery Consultant in Youth Ministries; Visiting Instructoi in 

Christian Education 

\ \ . Padu< ah lunioi College; B.< l . Presbyterian School <>t ( hristian Education. 

WILLIAM M. FRIERSON, Th.M. 
Visiting Instructor in Philosophy 

A.B., Emory University; B.D., Union Theological Seminary, Virginia; IhM, Princeton 

Theological Seminary; Candidate tor Ph.D., Emory University. 

ELIAS S. HARDGE, JR. 

Minister, West End Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, Georgia; Visiting In- 
structor in Ministry 

A.B., North Carolina Central University; M.Div., Candler School of Theology, Emory 

University . 

OSCAR J. HUSSEL, Ed.D. 

Director of Planning and Priority Implementation, General Executive 
Board, Presbyterian Church in the United States; Visiting Instructor in 
Christian Education 

B.S., University of Cincinnati; M.A., McCormick Theological Seminary; Ed.D., Colum- 
bia University. 

SARA P. LITTLE, Ph.D. 

Professor of Christian Education, Presbyterian School of Christian Educa- 
tion and Union Theological Seminary of Virginia; Visiting Instructor in 
Christian Education 

B.A., L.H.D., Queens College; M.R.E., General Assembly's Training School; Ph.D., Yale 
University. 

KENNETH MORRIS, Th.D. 

Professor of New Testament, Erskine Theological Seminary; Visiting In- 
structor in New Testament 

A.B., Erskine College; B.D., Erskine Theological Seminary; Th.M., Princeton Theological 
Seminary; Th.D., Union Theological Seminary of Virginia. 

|OHN PATTON, Ph.D. 

Executive Director, The Georgia Association tor Pastoral Care, /n< .; Visit' 
mg Instrui tor in Pastoral Counseling 
A.B., Emory University; B.D., Candler School ol rheology; Ph ()., University ol ( hicago 

R. EUGENE RANDOLPH, Ph.D. 

Associate Minister, first Presbyterian Church, Atlanta. Georgia; Visiting 

Instructor in New Testament 

B.A., Hampden-Sydney College; HI). Columbia rheological Seminary Ph.D., lmor\ 
University. 



ELEANOR JOYCE RIMES, M.Div. 

Assistant Minister, Morningside Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, Georgia; 

Visiting Instructor in Christian Education 

B.A., Stetson University; M.Div., Columbia Theological Seminary. 

JOSEPH L. ROBERTS, Th.M. 

Staff Director, Division of Corporate and Social Mission, General Execu- 
tive Board, Presbyterian Church in the United States; Visiting Instructor 
in Ministry 

B.A., Knoxville College; B.D., Union Theological Seminary, New York; Th.M., Princeton 

Theological Seminary; D.D., Johnson C. Smith University. 

ARTHUR W. WAINWRIGHT, M.A. 

Associate Professor of New Testament, Candler School of Theology, 
Emory University; Visiting Instructor in New Testament 
B.A., M.A., B.D., Oxford University; B.A., M.A., Cambridge University. 

PROFESSORS EMERITI 
james Mcdowell richards, d.d., ll.d. 

President Emeritus 
A.B., Davidson College; M.A., Princeton University; A.B., M.A., Oxford University; 
B.D., Columbia Theological Seminary; D.D., Davidson College; LL.D., King College. 

MANFORD GEORGE GUTZKE, Ph.D. 
Professor Emeritus 

A.B., M.A., Southern Methodist University; Ph.D., Columbia University; D.D., Austin 
College. 

WILLIAM CHILDS ROBINSON, Th.D. 
Professor Emeritus 

A.B., Roanoke College; M.A., University of South Carolina; B.D., Columbia Theological 
Seminary; Th.M., Princeton Theological Seminary; Th.D., Harvard University; D.D., 
Roanoke College. 

FELIX BAYARD GEAR, Ph.D. 
Professor Emeritus 

A.B., Davis and Elkins College; B.D., Union Theological Seminary; Th.M., Princeton 
Theological Seminary; Ph.D., University of Edinburgh; D.D., Davis and Elkins College. 

SAMUEL ANTOINE CARTLEDGE, Ph.D. 

Professor Emeritus 
A.B., M.A., University of Georgia; B.D., Columbia Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Uni- 
versity of Chicago. 

DEAN GREER McKEE, Th.D. 
Professor Emeritus 

A.B., Parsons College; S.T.B., S.T.M., and Th.D., The Biblical Seminary; D.D., Parsons 
College. 

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ADJUNCT PROFESSORS IN SUPERVISED MINISTRY 



CLINICAL PASTORAL EDUCATION SUPERVISORS. 



William P. Boyle, B.D. 
Donald Cabaniss, B.D., M.Ed. 
Joseph D. Chelette, B.D. 
O. L. DeLozier, Jr., B.D. 
William Emerson, B.D. 
Fred Hall, B.D. 
Gerald P. Jenkins, Th.M. 
Robert E. Johnston, Th.M. 
Jasper N. Keith, M.Div. 
Calvin W. Kropp, Th.M. 



Timothy Little, S.T.M. 
John H. Patton, Ph.D. 
William R. Phillips, Th.M. 
Eugene Robinson, Jr., M.Div. 
Ronald Stephenson, M.Div. 
Peter Thomas, M.Div. 
E. Augustus Verdery, Th.D. 
Frank Weathersby, B.D. 
Joseph W. Whitewell, B.D. 



URBAN TRAINING ORGANIZATION OF ATLANTA: 

Edgar M. Grider, B.D. Vern E. McCarty, B.D. 

Calvin E. Houston, B.D. 



SUPERVISING PASTORS FOR 

The Rev. Ronald A. Botsford 
The Rev. Howard D. Cameron 
The Rev. Walter Cook 
The Rev. Paul Currie 
The Rev. Donald Davis 
The Rev. Thomas M. Dews 
The Rev. Frank O. duCille 
The Rev. R. Foster Edwards 
The Rev. Charles R. Hasty 
The Rev. Charles E. Holland 
The Rev. Robert F. Inman 
The Rev. Thomas Q. Johnston 
The Rev. John T. N. Keels 



SUMMER ASSISTANTS: 

The Rev. John W. Lancaster 

The Rev. James S. Lowry 

The Rev. Ralph E. McCaskill, Jr. 

The Rev. Robert J. McMullen, Jr. 

The Rev. Henry D. Mooney 

The Rev. Mills J. Peebles 

The Rev. Starlus Rigell, Jr. 

The Rev. Joe W. Rigsby 

The Rev. Thomas A. Sizemore, II 

The Rev. Ray M. Stover 

The Rev. Ray E. Watkins, Jr. 

The Rev. Allison F. Williams 



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SEMINARY COMMITTEES 1974-75 



First Professional Degree: 

1975 — Gailey, Guthrie, Taylor 

1976 — Gonzalez, Nease, chm. 
Staff — Cousar, Keith 
Students: J. Dunovant, H. Ward 

Advanced Studies: 

1975 — McDill, chm., Tennis 

1976 — Guthrie, Wardlaw 
Staff: McMichael, Huie 
Graduate Student: T. Jarvis 
Alumni President: C. Benz 
Alumnus: W. Schotanus 

Community Life: 

1975 — Loring, chm., Prince, Wallace 

1976 — Bonkovsky, Nease 
Staff: Anderson, Clarke 

Students: R. Aker, A. Johnston, D. Olinger, D. Troutman 

Worship and Convocations: 

1975 — Gonzalez, Ormond, Wittig 

1976 — McDill, Wardlaw, chm. 
Staff: Clarke 

Students: D. Anderson, D. Hamby, M. Highfill, L. Young 
Alumnus to be designated 

Teaching Resources: 

1975 — Bonkovsky, Cailey, chm., Taylor 
1976 — Loring, Ormond 
Staff: Cousar, Prince, Wittig 
Students: D. Crossman, D. Donaldson 

Bookstore Board: 

Anderson, Cousar, Cailey, chm. f Prince 
Students: T. King, L. Mobley, C. Price, C. Smith 

Executive: 

Kline, chm., Clarke, Cousar, McMichael 
Gailey (1975), Guthrie (1975), Nease (1976) 
Ormond (1975), Gonzalez (1976) 

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION 

The approximate cost for educating each student for a year is $5,000. 
However, synods' benevolence gifts, gifts from churches, friends, and 
alumni, and income from endowed funds make possible the following 
expenses which are charged to students: 



(charges listed are effective July 7, 7975) 

Single students living in dormitory: 

tuition, room, board 

Married students living in dormitory suites 

tuition, room, board for one student 

Students living in Seminary apartments 

or off campus, tuition 

Part-time students (less than 10 hours): 

tuition 

Auditors: tuition 

S.T.D. Program: tuition 

Library use (required of all S.T.D. students 
not registered for other course work) 
D. Min (in-career): tuition 

D. Min Program fee (payable at end of 
first quarter) 



per quarter 


$700.00 


per quarter 


760.00 


per quarter 


370.00 


per hour 
per hour 
per quarter 
per hour 


37.00 

18.50 

500.00 

50.00 


per quarter 
per quarter 
per hour 


50.00 

370.00 

37.00 



500.00 



FEES — SUPERVISED MINISTRY 

SM 111, 112 (subject to change) per quarter 25.00 

SM 211, 212 (subject to change) per quarter 50.00 

Tuition for SM 210, 311, 312, 313, & 314 per quarter 250.00 

Tuition fo SM 510, 515, & 520 per quarter 296.00 

All fees are paid directly to the Seminary which reimburses training 
centers on the basis of a contractual agreement. 

FEES — SUMMER LANGUAGE SCHOOL 



Single students living in dormitory 
tuition, room, board 

Married students living in dormitory suites: 
tuition, room, board for student only 
Students living in Seminary apartments or 
off campus: tuition 



470.00 
490.00 
250.00 



All fees are payable on the first day of the quarter, or during the quarter 
by arrangement only. Fees listed for room and board are subject to 
change. 



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OTHER EXPENSE 

Each student is required to have some form of hospitalization insur- 
ance acceptable to the 4 faculty. Students may purchase the group insur- 
ance which is normally ottered to the student body or they may purchase 
insurance through other sources. 

All graduating students will be required to pay a Diploma Ice of 
sr>.00. 

The amount of money needed tor books, travel, recreation and inci- 
dental expenses will vary according to the habits of the student. A Book 
Store is operated on campus and students receive discounts on pur- 
chases made there. 



HOUSING 

Unmarried Students 

Dormitory housing is available for unmarried students. Most of the 
rooms are for single occupancy, many of them have connecting baths. 
All rooms are fully furnished with the exception of linens. Laundry facil- 
ities are provided. 

Married Students Without Children 

Suites of two rooms with private bath are available for married students 
without children. These suites are fully furnished with the exception of 
linens. Laundry facilities are provided. There are no facilities for cooking. 

Married Students With Children 

One, two and three bedroom unfurnished apartments are available 
for married students with children. The rent for these apartments is from 
$75^0 $140 per month depending on the size of the apartment. Appli- 
cations for apartments should be made as early as possible. 

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE 

Columbia Seminary offers financial assistance to many students each 
year. This assistance is available to First Professional Degree students 
and is based upon need. 

Students applying for financial assistance complete a form giving their 
estimated income and expenses. The estimated expenses are figured 
according to norms established by the Association of Theological Schools 
and by a Columbia Seminary student-faculty committee. After financial 
need is established, aid is provided in the form of work scholarships and 
grants. Most students who come to Columbia Seminars without a large 
indebtedness find that they can complete their Seminars education 
without crippling financial worries. 

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Financial aid awarded for the 1974-75 academic year ranged from 
$100 to $2400 depending upon need and family size. Maximum grants 
were $1400 for single students, $1800 for married students without chil- 
dren, and $2400 for married students with three or more children. 

Students interested in more detailed information about the financial 
assistance offered by Columbia Seminary should request from the Dean 
of Students' Office the "Columbia Theological Seminary Memorandum 
on Financial Aid." 




GRADUATING CLASS OF 1974 



MASTER OF THEOLCX.) 

Hsien-ping Chen 
Chang-Bok lames) Chung 

ROSS Thomas Miditower 
Chong Whan Kim 

MASTER OF DIVINITY 

Fahed Labeeb Aim Akel 
Harry I lagan Barrow 
Whaley S. Barton 

l-Kandall Beach 

Harvey Burwell Bennett, Jr. 

with distinction 
David L. Beville 
Margarita Ana Boyce 
William Bryant Carr, Jr. 
William Fred Cox, Jr. 
Ronald Allen Crews 
Martha Murphy Davis, 

with distinction 
Dean VanOrden DuBois 
Susan Elizabeth Fairleigh 
Martin L. Harkey, III, 

with distinction 
Sheppard Dean Lawrence 

ENGLISH DIPLOMA 
James Andrew Burgess 



Sac \ lee Kim 
Robert Milton Home 
Ma< lean Agyiri Kumi 
Renthlei I ianbuanga 



Philip Emmanuel Makari 
Glen Marion Robinson Martin 
John Dee McClelland 
Michael Brooks McCrorey, Sr. 
David Franklin Mclnnis, 

with distinction 
Sherwood Campbell McKay, Jr. 
Larry Curtis Mitchell 
Albert Lamar Potts 
Jane Guthrie Rhodes 
John Archer Roper 
Joseph Edward Rossman 
Lynn Edwin Shurley, Jr., 

with distinction 
Gordon Smith 
John Richard Stanford 
Dorothy Annette Vaughn 



lerry W. Dil 



AWARDS — JUNE 2, 1974 
FANNIE JORDAN BRYAN FELLOWSHIP: David Franklin Mclnnis 

ALUMNI FELLOWSHIPS: Ronald Allen Crews 

Martha Murphy Davis 
Martin L. Harkey, III 

FLORRIE WILKES SANDERS PRIZE IN THEOLOGY: 
Gibson Preston Stroupe 

PAUL T. fUHRMANN PRIZE IN CHURCH HISTORY: loan Iris Standridge 

WILDS BOOK PRIZE: David Franklin Mclnnis 

INDIANTOWN COUNTRY CHURCH AWARD: lames Andrew Burgess 

EMMA GAILLARD BOYCE AWARD IN CHURCH MUSIC: 
Sheppard Dean Lawrence 



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1974-75 ROLL OF STUDENTS 
ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL DEGREE STUDENTS 



DOCTOR OF SACRED THEOLOGY 



Robert E. Johnston 
Lilburn, Georgia 

Jasper Newton Keith, Jr. 
tucker, Georgia 

Robert Donnell McCall 
Taiwan 



Charles E. Swann 
Memphis, Tennessee 

DOCTOR OF MINISTRY 

Sidney Taylor Ayer, Jr. 
Clinton, South Carolina 

John David Beal 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Joseph Franklin Beard 
Lithonia, Georgia 

Donald Louis Bell 

Alexander City, Alabama 

Wade Hampton Bell, Jr. 
Valdosta, Georgia 

Roe Maxwell Callaway, Jr. 
Decatur, Georgia 

Johnstone Lewis Coppock 
Altavista, Virginia 

Prakobb Deetanna 
Prae, Thailand 



B.A., Davidson College 

B.D., Th.M., Columbia Theological 

Seminary 

A.B., Mercer University 

M.Div., Southern Baptist Theological 

Seminary 

B.A., Bob Jones University 
B.D., Columbia Theological Seminary 
Th.M. Austin Presbyterian Theological 
Seminary 

B.S., University of Southern Mississippi 
B.D., Columbia Theological Seminary 



B.A., Emory University 

M.Div., Columbia Theological Seminary 

B.A., William Jewell College 
M.Div., Midwestern Baptist Seminary 
M.R.E., New Orleans Theological 
Seminary 

B.A., Erskine College 

B.D., Erskine Theological Seminary 

B.A., Baylor University 

B.D., Southeastern Seminary 

Th.M., Columbia Theological Seminary 

B.A., Brown University 

M.Div., Columbia Theological Seminary 

B.A., Presbyterian College 

M.Div., Columbia Theological Seminary 

B.S., Georgia Institute of Technology 
B.D., Th.M., Columbia Theological 
Seminary 

B.S., Chulalongkorn University, 

Thailand 
B.D., Union Theological Seminary, 

Philippines 
Th.M., Columbia Theological Seminary 
M.Ed., Georgia State University 



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William Joseph Del a) 
Peachtree City, Georgia 

Hugh Lee i l< helberger, |r. 
Tuckerf Georgia 

)o Dean Faddis 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Harvey A. Fincher 

Norcross, Georgia 



R. Michael Holmes 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Stephen M. Huntley, jr. 
Decatur, Georgia 



Troy Gaines Jarvis 

Carlsbad, New Mexico 



William Ross Johnston 
Opelika, Alabama 



Chong Whan Kim 
Chonpuk, Korea 



Calvin W. Kropp 
Decatur, Georgia 

Philip Wayne Let'twich 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Herbert Lawrence Marbury 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Wood row McKay, Jr. 
Atlanta, Georgia 

David William Nash 
Ft. Oglethorpe, Georgia 



B.A . Baylor University 

M.Div , Columbia Theologii a/ Seminary 

/>' \ Presb) terian College 

M.Di\ Columbia Theological Seminary 

B.A., King College 
M.C l . Presbyterian Si hool oi 
Christian Edui at/on 

M.Div., Candler School of Theology 

B.A., University of Louisville 
M.Div. Southern Baptist Theological 
Seminary 

B.A., Houghton College 

M.Div., Columbia Theological Seminary 

A.B., Davidson College 
M.Div., Th.M., Columbia Theological 
Seminary 

B.A., Austin College 

M.Div., Austin Presbyterian Theological 
Seminary 

B.A., Texas Technological College 
B.D., Fuller Theological Seminary 
Th.M., Columbia Theological Seminary 

B.A., Taejon Pesbyterian College 
B.D., Presbyterian Theological Seminary 
(Seoul) 

B.S., M.B.A., Northwestern University 
B.D., Th.M., Columbia Theological 
Seminary 

B.A., Oglethorpe University 

M.Div., Columbia Theological Seminary 

B.A., Morehouse College 
B.D., Interdenominational Theological 
Center 

B.S., Davidson College 
M.Div., Union Theological Seminary, 
Virginia 

A.B., Davidson Colli 
M.Div., Union J heological Seminary, 
Virginia 



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Eugene B. Norris 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Robert Lamar Oglesby 
Chamblee, Georgia 



George Harvey Porter, Jr. 
Hapeville, Georgia 



Bernard Lee Riley 
East Point, Georgia 



Frank Richardson Sells 
Athens, Tennessee 

Robert Lee Smith 
Decatur, Georgia 



Maurice L. Steinberg 
Atlanta, Georgia 



ean William Stonebraker 
Gainesville, Georgia 



James Osgood Watkins, Jr. 
Stockbridge, Georgia 

James R. Wilburn 
Jackson, Mississippi 

Richard Scott Woodmansee 
Marietta, Georgia 



Harold Deaton Zwald 
Atlanta, Georgia 



B.Ch.E., Georgia Institute of Technology 
B.D., Columbia Theological Seminary 

B.A., Mercer University 
M.Div., M.R.E., Southwestern 
Theological Seminary 

A.B., Samford University 

B.D., Southern Baptist Theological 

Seminary 
Th.M. Columbia Theological Seminary 

A.B., Atlanta Christian College 
B.D., Christian Theological Seminary 
M.A., Butler University 

B.A., Presbyterian College 

B.D., Columbia Theological Seminary 

A.B., Wheaton College 
M.Div., Th.M., Columbia Theological 
Seminary 

B.S., Florida State University 
M.Div., Union Theological Seminary, 
Virginia 

B.A., Presbyterian College 
B.D., Th.M., Columbia Theological 
Seminay 

B.S.I.M., Georgia 

M.Div., Columbia Theological Seminary 

B.A., Belhaven College 

M.Div., Columbia Theological Seminary 

A.B., Davidson College 
M.Div., Union Theological Seminary, 
Virginia 

B.A., Emory University 
B.D., Southwestern Baptist Theological 
Seminary 



MASTER OF THEOLOGY 

Fahed Abu Akel 
Galilee, Israel 



B.A., Southeastern Bible College 
M.Div., Columbia Theological Seminary 



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Ralph Lamar Bard en 
Li I burn, Georgia 

Charles William Castles 
De< atur, Georgia 

Lindsay Jonathan Collins 
Decatur, Georgia 

Helen Quarterman Fisher 
Valdosta, Georgia 



Warren Lw ing Gardner 
Tucker, Georgia 

William D. Hines 
Forest Park, Georgia 

Larry Jack Holt 
Decatur, Georgia 

Toshiyuki Kubotera 
Tokyo, Japan 

Susan Caroline Leach 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Sidney Stuart Macaulay 
Decatur, Georgia 

David Lee Morgan 
Forest Park, Georgia 

Jan McAfee Rhodes 
Calhoun, Georgia 

Stephen Jamison Sloop, Jr. 
Gainesville, Georgia 

Charles A. Van Wagner 
Decatur, Georgia 

Donald Dale Wade 

Stone Mountain, Georgia 

Byung Chu Yoo 
Seoul, Kor» 



A ./>.. ( Georgia State 
M.Div., New Orleans Baptist 
Theolog'n a\ Seminary 

A l> . Florida Southern ( ollei 

\1 Div., Columbia Theologh a/ Seminary 

/> \ Da\ idson ( ollege 

M Div., ( 'olumbia Theolog'n a/ Seminary 

All. Valdosta State College 
M.R.E.. Pesbyterian School of 

Christian Edut at/on 
M.Div.. Columbia Theological Seminary 

B.S., Geneva College 

M.Div., Pittsburg Theological Seminary 

B.S., Auburn University 

B.D., Columbia Theological Seminary 

B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute 
M.Div. Union Theological Seminary 

B.Ed., Saitama National University, 

Japan 
M.Div., Candler School of Theology 

A.B., University of Chattanooga 
M.Div., Columbia Theological Seminary 

B.A., Erskine College 

B.D., Erskine Theological Seminary 

A.B., King College 

M.Div., Columbia Theological Seminary 

B.A., Presbyteian College 

M.Div., Columbia Theological Seminary 

B.A., Belhaven College 

M.Div., Columbia Theological Seminary 

B.A., Wake Forest College 

M.Div., Columbia Theological Seminary 

B.E.E., University of Virginia 
B.D., Fuller Theologh a/ Semina) 

B.A.. National Gongju Teachers 
Colli 

MA., Yun Sci University Graduate 
Si hool 

HD. Presbyterian Theolog'n a/ Semi- 
nary, Seoul. K< 



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FIRST PROFESSIONAL DEGREE STUDENTS 



D COMPONENT 



Name 




Home town 


Leslie A. 


Andrews 


Atlanta, 


Georgia 



Dennis R. Bennett 

North Miami, Florida 

Katherine Imogene Bennett 

Birmingham, Alabama 



Kenneth A. Brown 
Liberty, South Carolina 

Walter O'Quin Kelly 

Marion, Alabama 

Wlliam Oliver Nisbet, Jr. 
Van Wyck, South Carolina 

Gary Gough Speaker 
Birmingham, Alabama 

Cody Usry Watson 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Olin Marsh Whitener, Jr. 

Charlotte, North Carolina 



College 

Presbytery or Denomination 

B.A., Nyack Missionary College 
M.C.E., Columbia Theological Seminary 

Christian & Missionary Alliance 

B.S., U.S. Military Academy, West Point 

Everglades 

A. A., Paducah junior College 
B.C.E., Presbyterian School of 
Christian Education 
Atlanta 

B.A., Presbyterian College 
Piedmont 

B.5., Texas A. & M. University 
Tuscaloosa 

B.S., Georgia Institute of Technology 

Bethel 

B.A., Samford University 
Birmingham 

B.B.A., Emory University 

Athens 

B.A., University of North Carolina 
Mecklenburg 



C COMPONENT 

Ralph J. Aker 
Jefferson, Georgia 

Eddie Layton Alexander 
Beaumont, Texas 

Virginia Felder Berry 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Mary Melinda Bettis 

Knoxville, Tennessee 

John Curtis Burch 

Greensboro, North Carolina 

John Sadler Carothers, III 
Birmingham, Alabama 



M.Ed., Tuskegee Institute 
Athens 

B.S., Lamar University 
Brazos' 

B.A., University of Georgia 
Church of God 

B.A., Southwesten at Memphis 
Westminster 

B.S., Guilford College 
Orange 

A. B., University of Montev alio 

Birmingham 



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Charles Campbell Cox, h. 
Coral Cables, f lorida 

Douglas Keith Crossman 
Orlando, Florida 

Daniel M. Donaldson 
Clevelandt lennessee 

Frank Olivier duCille 
Thomas\ ille, Georgia 

Madison Maxwell Highfill 
Roanoke, Virginia 

Jerry W. Hills 

Georgetown, South Carolina 

Theophilus Cleotis King 

Bay Springs! Mississippi 

William Leslie Love 

Whiteville, North Carolina 

Albert Aubrey Myers 

Oviedo, Florida 



B.S., Univesity ol Florida 
i \ erglades 

B.A., Florida Technological University 
St. lohns 

B.A., King College 
Knoxville 

B.A., Brenau College 
Southwest i leorgia 

B.A., King College 
Highlands 

B. A., Baptist College of Charleston 

Charleston 

B.S., Mississippi Valley State College 
South Mississippi 

A.B., University of North Carolina 

Wilmington 

B.A., Wheaton College 
East Alabama 



Connie Louise Price 

Signal Mountain, Tennessee 

John Stephen Rhodes 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Gibson Preston Stroupe 

Helena, Arkan^i^ 



B.A., University of Chattanooga 

Atlanta 

B.A., Florida Presbyterian College 

Atlanta 

B. A, Southwestern at Memphis 

Arkansas 



David DaneTroutman 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Joyce Cummings Tucker 

Atlanta, Georgia 



Charles E. Van Devender 

Mobile, Alabama 

Hugh Buchanan Ward 
fort Gibson! Mississippi 

William Stephenson Watson 
Decatur, Georgia 



B. A, Southwestern at Memphis 

Pines 

A. B. t Duke University 
M.A.R., Yale Divinity School 
Atlanta 

B.S., University of Southern Mississippi 
( ongaree 

B.A., Asbury College 
South Mississippi 

6 A., University ol Virginia 
Blue Ridge 



B COMPONENT 

Shirley Ford Adams 
Dunwnndv. Georgia 



B.F.A., Universit) oi Georgia 

Mlanta 



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lames David Anderson 
Tampa, Florida 



Jerry C. Bustle 

Winter Haven, Florida 

Robert Clay Camenisch 
Decatur, Georgia 

Linda Blessing Cohen 
Anderson, South Carolina 

Robert Donald Cooke 

Louisville, Kentucky 

Ernest William Davis 

Gastonia, North Carolina 



B.M., Southwestern at Memphis 
S.M.M., Union Seminary, New York 

Memphis 

B.S., University of Cincinnati 
West Florida, U.P.U.S.A. 

B.A., King College 

Atlanta 

B.S., Lander College 

Piedmont 

B.5., University of Kentucky 

Louisville 

B.5., Toccoa Falls Institute 
M.A., Presbyterian School of Christian 
Education 

Concord 



Hugh Dickson Druary 
Houston, Texas 

James Slaughter Dunovant 
West Columbia, South Carolina 

Joan Standridge Gray 

New Ellenton, South Carolina 



B.A., Austin College 
Brazos 

8.5., University of South Carolina 

Congaree 

B.A., Presbyterian College 

Atlanta 



Henry Duval Gregory, IV 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Daniell Carl Hamby 

Gainesville, Georgia 

Bobby Lee Hawkins 

Selma, Alabama 

Dinesh S. Jerome 
Raikhad, India 



Wlliam Woodland Johnson, Jr. 

Brooksville, Florida 



A. B., University of Virginia 
Atlanta 

B.A., Presbyterian College 

Athens 

A. B., Jacksonville State University 

Tuscaloosa 

B.S., Wilson College, Bombay 
B.B.A., Georgia State University 

Presbyterian 

B.S., St. Leo College 

Westminster 



Winona Millicent Jones 
Kingston, Jamaica 



Homer Lamar Kimmons 

Columbus, Georgia 

Robert Ernest MacKay 

Lilburn, Georgia 



B.A., Beulah Heights College 
R.N., College of Nurses, Ontario 

Assembly of God 

B.S., Columbus College 

Southwest Georgia 

B.A., Bob Jones University 

Independent Baptist 



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Albert Franklin Masters, III 

Versailles, Kentucky 

Millie B. Mattison 

Tampa, Florida 

Leonard Gilbert McLaurin 

Sandersville, Mississippi 

Alphonso Nathaniel McLean 

Tallahassee, Florida 

Leslie Scott Merritt 
Jacksonville, Florida 

Donald Lyman Mobley 
Decatur, Georgia 

Donald Ring Olinger 
Roanoke, Virginia 

Bennett L. Scott 
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 

Marilyn Roberts Washburn 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Gordon Fitzhugh West 
Jacksonville, Florida 

Barry Edward Wilborn 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Raymond Michael Winters, I 

North Miami, Florida 

Mary Leslie Young 
Florence, Alabama 



B.S., University of North Carolina 

Concord 

B.A., University of South Florida 

Atlanta 

B.S., University of Southern Mississippi 

South Mississippi 

B.A., Florida A. and M. 

Florida 

B.A., Florida State University 

Baptist 

B.B.A., Georgia State University 

Atlanta 

B.A., Roanoke College 

Highlands 

B.A., Baptist College at Charleston 
Pee Dee 

B.A., Emory University 

Atlanta 

B. A., Eckerd College 
Suwannee 

B.S., University of Tennessee 

Atlanta 

8.S., Florida Atlantic University 

Everglades 

B.S., Florence State University 

North Alabama 



A COMPONENT 



Joanna Moseley Adams 

Decatur, Georgia 

Andrea Eddings Ahlers 

Decatur, Georgia 



Mary Hilford Arnett 
Marianna, Florida 



Thomas Ross Atkins 

College Park, Georgia 



B.A., Emory University 

Atlanta 

B.A., Agnes Scott College 

M.R.E., Princeton Theological Seminary 

Elizabeth, U.P.U.S.A. 

B.A., Jacksonville University 
M.Ed., University of Florida 

Florida 

B.A., Asbury College 

M.Th., Olivet Nazarene College 

The Salvation Army 



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Robert Adair Blackwood 
Forest Park, Georgia 



M.S. t I University oi Illinois 
M B \ Louisiana State University 

( Ihmi h ot ( .<>(! 



Ronald Otto Brauer 

Cin< innati, Ohio 

\ larrel I amar Cobb 

Cuba, Alabama 



8 \ ( University ol ( m< innati 

\\ estminstei 

/; \ . Belha\ en ( ollege 
M.Ed I i\ ingston University 
l us< aloosa 



Harold Otis Crawford, Jr. 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Charles Lester Daniels, Jr. 
Sandy Springs, ( leorgia 

Stanley Allen Dawson 
Stone Mountain, Georgia 

William Warren Delozier, Jr. 
Atlanta. Georgia 

James Henderson Foil, Jr. 
Salisbury, North Carolina 

Steve Louis Grimes 

Caldwell, West Virginia 

Jeffrey Herbert Hale 

Fairfax, Virginia 

Robert Daniel Holloway, Jr. 

Florence, Alabama 

Lewis Ewing Holmes 

Fort Worth, Texas 



B.B.A Georgia State University 
Chun h oi ( iod 

B.A., Eckerd College 
Ktlanta 

B.B.A. , Georgia State University 

Atlanta 

B.C.E., Georgia Institute of Technology 

Church of God 

B.S., Davidson College 
Concord 

B.A., Lee College 

Pentecostal Holiness 

B.A., Lynchburg College 

Church of North Virginia 

B.A., Samford University 

North Alabama 

B.S., Texas A & M University 
Brazos 



Willard B. Hurlburt 

Cullman, Alabama 



B.A., Goddard College 

East Alabama 



Ralph Henry Husband, Jr. 

Charlotte, North Carolina 



A.B., Pfeiffer College 

Me< klenburg 



Alice Arthur Johnson 

Huntsville, Alabama 



B.S., Jacksonville State University 

North Alabama 



William A. Jokela 
Holly Hill, Florida 



B. of Music Ed., Stetson University 
st. Johns 



Stephen Alden Jones 
Chickamauga, Georgia 



B.A., University oi Tennessee 
( herokee 



L. Rutledge Landers, II 
Bynum, Alabama 



B.A.. /a< ksonville State University 
United Methodist 



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George Jacob Mahida 
Ahmedabad, India 



Dennis Arthur Maxey 

Florissant, Missouri 



Mickey Nathan Mayfield 

Gainesville, Georgia 

james Lytch McNair, III 
Laurinburg, North Carolina 

Tim L. Melton 
Clarkston, Georgia 

William Everett Mills 
Maiden, Missouri 



John Lawrence Mishler 
Akron, Ohio 

Marion Thomas Norwood, Jr. 

Durham, North Carolina 



B.Sc, St. Xavier's India 
M.B.A., Atlanta University 

Baptist 

B.S., Southeast Missouri State 
University 
Southeast Missouri 

B.A., Mercer University 

Southern Baptist 

B.A., Presbyterian College 

Fayetteville 

B.B.A., Georgia State University 

Southern Baptist 

B.A., Belhaven College 
M.A., Vanderbilt University 
Cherokee 

B.A., Eckerd College 

Eastminster, U.P.U.S.A. 

B.A., Davidson College 

Tuscaloosa 



Frank Xavier Nunez 
Guayaquil Ecuador, S.A. 

John Thomas Phillips 

Horse Shoe, North Carolina 



B.A., Toccoa Falls Bible Collge 
Georgia, U.P.U.S.A. 

B.A., Gardner-Webb College 

Asheville 



Carol Hixson Pinson 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Clyde Cotton Price, Jr. 

College Park, Georgia 

James Ivan St. John 

North Augusta, South Carolina 



Gregory Dennis Schillo 

Ashtabula, Ohio 



B.A., University of Tennessee 

Knoxville 

B.A., Georgia State University 

Southern Baptist 

A.B., W of ford College 
M.A., University of South Carolina 
Augusta-Macon 

B. A., Berry College 

Cherokee 



James Allen Shillato 
East Point, Georgia 

Virginia Simmons 

Jacksonville, Florida 



B.A., University of South Carolina 
Lutheran 

B.A., Agnes Scott College 

Suwannee 



Cuyler Vivian Smith, Jr. 

Tallahassee, Florida 



B.A., Florida State University 

Florida 



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Charles Lincoln Taylor 

Talladega, Alabama 

Jack Lochridge Taylor 
Jacksonville, Florida 

Stuart Thomas Wilson 
Norfolk, Virginia 

William Heathley Wilson, III 
Mayesville, South Carolina 

Lorenzo Arthur Woolverton 

Neptune Beach, Florida 



8 v. Presb) terian College 

North Alabama 

8.5., Indiana University 
Suwannee 

B.A., Old Dominion University 
Norfolk 

B. A., Presbyterian College 

Harmony 

B.A., Presbyterian College 
Suwann< 



SPECIAL AND UNCLASSIFIED STUDENTS 



Herbert Sitton Archer, jr. 

Atlanta, Georgia 



Margaret Pritchard Boozer 
Decatur, Georgia 



John Clyde Brown 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Ann Ward Bullard 
Decatur, Georgia 



lohn Ross Byars 

r , Georgia 



Thomas Schueler Champness, jr. 

Doraville, Georgia 



Marlene Young Collins 
Carrollton, Georgia 

William Michael Conrad 
Holly Hill, Florida 



B.A., Furman University 

M.A., Teachers College, Columbia 

University 
M.S.M., Union Theological Seminary, 

New York 
Atlanta 

A.B., Flora Macdonald College 

M.R.F., Presbyterian School of 

Christian Education 

Atlanta 

DeKalb College 
Mecklenburg 

B.A., Montreat College 
M.C.E., Columbia Theological Seminary 
Atlanta 

B.A., Southeastern Bible College 
M.A., Wheaton Graduate School 

Assembly of God 

A.B., Wheaton College 
B.D., Th.M., Westminster Theolog'u al 
Seminary 

Orthodox Presbyterian 

B.S., University ot Tenne 

Atlanta 

Georgia State University 

Atlanta 



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James Lawrence Cuthil 

Atlanta, Georgia 



B.A., University of Florida 

M.Div., Columbia Theological Seminary 

Atlanta 



Patricia Ann Eier 

Tucker, Georgia 

Carole Ann Etzler 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Joseph S. Harvard, III 
Decatur, Georgia 



Bluford Bradford Hestir, II 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Frederick Charles Hoger 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Joseph Claude Howard, Sr. 

Mableton, Georgia 



W. Vernon Luckey, Jr. 
Decatur, Georgia 



Elizabeth Lord Morris 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Samuel Dwain Reeves 

Smyrna, Georgia 



Ellen Ann Roberts 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Ruth Elizabeth Rogers 

East Point, Georgia 

Etta Carlton Rossman 

Dublin, Georgia 

John Brown Salsbery 

Madison, Tennessee 

Ray M. Stover 
Decatur, Georgia 



Beloit College 

Atlanta 

B.S.}., M.S.)., Northwestern University 

Atlanta 

B. A, Presbyterian College 

B.D., Columbia Theological Seminary 

S.T.M., Yale Divinity School 

Atlanta 

B.A., Oglethorpe University 

M.Div., Columbia Theological Seminary 

Atlanta 

B.A., Ceorgia State University 
Episcopal 

B.A., Mercer University 
M.Ed., University of Ceorgia 

Southern Baptist 

A.B., Newberry College 
M.Div., Lutheran Southern 
Theological Seminary 

Lutheran 

B.A., Duke University 

Atlanta 

B.A., Mercer University 
B.D., Southwestern Baptist 
Theological Seminary 

Baptist 

B.A., Presbyterian College 

Atlanta 

B.S., Ceorgia Institute of Technology 
A.B., M.S., University of Ceorgia 

Methodist 

Brunswick Junior College 

Augusta-Macon 

University of Pennsylvania 
Middle-Tennessee 

B.A., Houghton Colliege 

M.Div., Columbia Theological Seminary 

Atlanta 



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Milford Bradley Walters 
Forest Park, Georgia 

Bennie Lee Wells 

Atlanta. CeOI 



8 s , Livingston I University 
( hristian 

8 S. t Bethany Nazarene ( o//< 

Nazarene 



STUDENTS REGISTERED ONLY FOR WINTER 
AND/OR SPRING QUARTERS 1974 



Victoria Louise Burgess 
Anna Lou Case 
Homer L. Dempsey 
George J. Evans 
Mary Kuhns Calarrita 



Dennis Bernard Henderson 
Thomas Edward Moody 
Ellen jean Redd 
Dennis Lyle Schulz 



SUMMER LANGUAGE SCHOOL 1974 



Mary H. Arnett 

Ronald Otto Brauer 

Robert C. Camenisch 

Harrell Lamar Cobb 

Linda B. Cohen 

Harold Otis Crawford, Jr. 

Charles Lester Daniels, Jr. 

Ernest William Davis 

William Warren DeLozier, Jr 

James H. Foil, Jr. 

Daniell C. Hamby 

Lewis E. Holmes 

Ralph Henry Husband, Jr. 

Dinesh S. Jerome 

Alice Arthur Johnson 

William Woodland Johnson 

William A. Jokela 

Stephen Alden Jones 



George Jacob Mahida 
Millie B. Mattison 
Dennis Arthur Maxey 
Tim L. Melton 
James Lytch McNair 
William Everett Mills 
Marion Thomas Norwood, Jr. 
Frank Xavier Nunez 
James Ivan St. John 
Gregory Dennis Schillo 
James Robert Shattles 
Cuyler Vivian Smith, Jr. 
Charles Lincoln Taylor 
Jack Lochridge Taylor 
Joyce C. Tucker 
Theodore Jackson Wardlaw 
William Heathley Wilson, III 
l orenzo Arthur Woolverton 



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DIRECTORY FOR CORRESPONDENCE 

Address inquiries to the following at Columbia Seminary, 
Decatur, Georgia, 30031 

Concerning general information about the Seminary, gifts and bequests 
C. Benton Kline, Jr., President 

Concerning Admission 

Eugene H. Tennis, Executive Direcor of Development 

Concerning scholarships and financial aid 
T. Erskine Clarke, Dean of Students 

Concerning supervised ministry, student preaching and clinical placement 
Jasper N. Keith, Jr., Director of Supervised Ministry 

Concerning business matters and housing 
F. Sidney Anderson, Treasurer 

Concerning transcripts, academic records, curriculum and faculty 
Charles B. Cousar, Dean of Academic Affairs 

Concerning graduate studies, continuing education and graduate placement 
Jack B. McMichael, Dean of Ministry Development 

Concerning the In-Career Doctor of Ministry 

Wade P. Huie, Jr., Director of In-Career Doctor of Ministry 

Concerning alumni matters, church relations, campaigns and publications 
Office of Development 

Eugene H. Tennis, Executive Director of Development 
Director of Seminary Relations 



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Annual Publications 



1. Calendar/Administration & Faculty Roster/Financial Information/Roll of Students 
— November 

2. Academic Information/Course Descriptions — May 
Periodic Publications 

3. Introducing Columbia Theological Seminary 

4. History/Memorials/Resources and Opportunities 

5. Faculty Introductions 




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