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September 10 1965, 1965
Volume 9, Number 24
September 10
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Guidelines to a Christian Interpretation of History
A noted layman presents seven propositions to help evangelicals find meaning in the complex patterns of history.
Why Are Evangelicals Overlooking Mission Theology?
Contemporary non-evangelical theologians are increasingly interested in tthe theology of missions . . . Evangelicals are strangely silent.
Do-It-Yourself Religion: A New Fad
How a young preacher makes up his own theology as he goes along. Result: The chicken dinners now outdraw the services.
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