The internationally known orientalist Cyrus H. Gordon examines the meaning of the Decalogue in the light of modern linguistic and archaeological study (see the opposite page).

Dr. Ilion T. Jones, speaking out of years of experience as a Presbyterian minister and seminary professor, pleads for Christian action based on individual initiative and volition (p. 7).

The Dean of Columbian College of George Washington University shows the dangers of the tendency to depersonalize both God and man (p. 11), and a young scholar, Leslie R. Keylock, reflects on questions relating to the first three Gospels (p. 14).

Our lead editorial discusses Christian attitudes in relation to difficult problems posed by the shift in public taste resulting from the almost unrestricted freedom accorded writers and artists today.

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