Almost annually one or another member of our editorial staff has managed to garner a coveted Freedoms Foundation award. This year three such awards were announced at the Valley Forge ceremonies. Associate Editor Harold Lindsell received $100 and a George Washington Honor Medal for an address at Eastern Baptist College on “With Liberty and Justice for All.” Executive Editor L. Nelson Bell received an honor medal for an editorial in the Presbyterian Journal. And this writer received one for an editorial in CHRISTIANITY TODAY (“A World Short of Breath”). So we congratulate ourselves!
Readers may be interested also in the Moody Press paperback Frontiers in Modern Theology, which attractively gathers together my recent essays on current theological trends. And the 1965 W. H. Griffith-Thomas Lectures at Dallas Theological Seminary, along with some other special-occasion addresses, have just been published by Word Books under the title The God Who Shows Himself.
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