This issue is largely devoted to students. Several articles deal with contemporary pressures on Christian youth in colleges and universities. A special feature is the report and accompanying photo coverage of year-end Christian student convocations.

In addition, Jerry H. Gill discusses the rebuttal to the challenge of logical empiricists, and Stanley C. Baldwin contends that Christian belief “does not require intellectual mediocrity or dishonesty, but only intellectual humility.”

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