The Donald M. Walter Manuscript Collection

Collection Summary

Creator: Walter, Donald M.
Dates: 1955-1961
Extent: 2 boxes (1.6 linear feet)
Language(s): English
Repository: Princeton Theological Seminary Libraries. Special Collections.

Chronology

1935 July 11 Born, Doylestown, Pennsylvania
1955 Graduated, Bachelor of Arts, Lafayette College
1955-1958 Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1958-1959 Student, Master of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1959-1964 Student, Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton Theological Seminary
1959 October 4 Ordained, Presbytery of Philadelphia
1964-1965 Research assistant, Lily Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey
1965-1969 Assistant professor, religion, Davis and Elkins College, West Virginia
1969-1976 Associate professor, religion, Davis and Elkins College
1976-unknown Professor, religion, Davis and Elkins College

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Scope and Content

This collection includes 12 notebooks of class notes taken by Donald Walter at Princeton Seminary from 1955 to 1961.

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Subjects

Walter, Donald Morton

Princeton Theological Seminary. Library. Manuscript collections.

Princeton Theological Seminary--Alumni and alumnae.

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Administrative Information

Processing Information

This collection was processed, and the original finding aid was written in February of 2002, by Matthew B. Reeves, under the direction of William O. Harris, Archivist. The finding aid was edited by Sarah Seraphin and Daved Anthony Schmidt in May of 2009.

Access

There are no special restrictions to the access of this collection. It may be examined by library patrons under the normal rules and conditions of Special Collections.

Use of Materials

The following is the acceptable citation for publication: The Mott Randolph Sawyers Manuscript Collection. Special Collections, Princeton Theological Seminary Library.

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Contents

Box 1
Notebook 1:
-Term 1 1955: 310 Introduction to Christian Philosophy. (Professors Cailliet and Oman)  
-Term 2 1955-56: 210 Introduction to Ecumenics (Professors Mackay and Jurji)  
-Term 2 1957-58: 330 Christian Ethics (Professor Thomas)  
-Term 3 1957-58: 332 Theological Colloquium (various professors)  
Notebook 2:
-Term 1 1956: 420 Christian Education (Professor Wyckoff)  
-Term 3 1956-57: 424 Worship (Professor Macleod)  
-Term 1 1957: 431 Pastoral Work of the Church (Professors Homrighausen and Golden)  
-Term 3 1955-56: 414 Church Music (Professor Jones)  
-Term 3 1957-58: 432 Church Administration (Professor Eastwood)  
-Term 1 1955-56: 410 Junior Homiletics (Professor Clarke)  
-Term 2 1957-58: 433 Homiletics (Professor Clarke)  
-Term 1 and 2 1956-57: Middle Preaching (Professor Macleod)  
-Term 2 1956: Field Work Practicum (various professors)  
Notebook 3:
-Statement of Faith  
-Statement of call into teaching ministry  
-Philadelphia Presbytery Examinations  
-Term 2 1956: 311 Introduction to Reformed Theology (Professor Hendry)  
-Term 2 1956: 320 Revelation, Authority, and the Christian Doctrine of God (Professor Hendry)  
-Term 3 1957: 321 Jesus Christ and the Christian Doctrine of Redemption (Professors Kerr and Hofmann)  
-Term 1 1957-8: The Doctrine of the Church and the Christian Life (Professor Kerr)  
-Term 3 1957: 172 The New Testament Interpretation of History (Professor Piper)  
Notebook 4:
-Term 3 1955-56: 113 New Testament History (Professor Metzger)  
-Term 1 1956-57: 121 New Testament Introduction (Professor Metzger)  
-Term 1 1955-56: 100 Greek (Professors Granskou, Hanson and Harms)  
-Term 3 1956-57: 158 Advanced Greek Grammar (Professor Theron)  
-Term 2 1956-57: 122 New Testament Exegesis (Professor Piper)  
-Term 1 1955-56: 114 Introduction to Method in Bible Study (Professor Kuist)  
Notebook 5:
-Term 2 1955-56: 111 Old Testament History (Professors Gard, Rogers, and Armstrong)  
-Term 3 1955-56: 112 Old Testament Introduction (Professors Gehman, Rogers, Martin, and Armstrong)  
-Full Year 1955-56: 110 Elements of Hebrew (Professors Fritsch, Gard, and Rogers)  
-Term 1 1956-57: 120 Prophetical Books with Exegesis (Professors Gehman, Fritsch, Rogers, Armstrong, and Martin)  
-Term 1 1957-58: 191 Biblical Word Studies (Professor Fritsch)  
-Term 3 1957-58: 148 Advanced Hebrew Grammar (Professor Fritsch)  
-Term 3 1957-58: 188 Theology of the Prophets (Professor Gehman)  
-Term 3 1956-57: 192 Studies in Isaiah (Professor Kuist)  
Notebook 6:
-Spring 1956: 220 Church History (Professors Hope and Smylie)  
-Term 2 1956-57: 221, 2 Survey of American Christianity (Professor Loetscher)  
-Term 1 1957-58: 430 Church Polity (Professor Loetscher)  
-Term 2 1957-58: 362 Theology of the Reformers (Professor Dowey)  
-Term 2 1957-58: 242, 2 Protestant Confessions (Professor Dowey)  
Notebook 7:
-Term 2 1959: 147 History and Thought of the Intertestamental Period (Professor Armstrong)  
-Term1-3 1958-59: 110 Elements of Hebrew (Professors Rogers, Armstrong, Cox, and Eiler)  
-Term 1 1958: 146 Apocalyptic in the Old Testament(Professor Fritsch) and Intertestamental Period  
-Term 3 1959: 151 Seminar on the Dead Sea Scrolls (Professor Fritsch)  
-Term 3 1959: 141 Wisdom Literature and its Theological Teachings (Professor Fritsch)  
-Term 1 1958: 261 Paganism and Christianity to A.D. 600(Professor Downey)  
-Term 2 1958-59: 163 Latin Church Fathers, II (Professor Downey)  
-Term 3 1959: 254 The Greek Orthodox Church, Past and Present (Professor Downey)  
Notebook 8:
-The Concept of God in Ezekiel-Paper for Fellowship in Old Testament  
Notebook 9:
-1959: Apocalyptic Elements in Ezekiel 37-39- Master of Theology Thesis  
Notebook 10:
-December 1960- January 1961: Old Testament Comprehensive Exams  
-Term 2 1960-61: 1112 Old Testament History  
-Term 3 1960-61: 1424 Exegesis of Psalms (Professor Armstrong)  
-Full Year 1960-1961: Old Testament Research and Methodology (Professor Fritsch)  
-Arabic Notes (date and class unknown)  
Box 2
Notebook 11:
-Fall 1961: 1701 Canaanite Inscriptions (Professor Lane)  
-Fall 1961: 1515 Kingship and Messianism in Israel (Professor Barr)  
-Spring 1962: 1433 Introduction to Biblical Archaeology (Professor Hammond)  
Notebook 12:
-Hebrew Exegesis Notes  

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