During the month of June the NBC radio network’s Sunday morning “Faith in Action” program (8:15–8:30 Eastern time) is being devoted to three panel discussions abridged from the current television series “God and Man in the Twentieth Century.” Another panel, “Is the Sunday School a Lost Cause?,” scheduled June 18, brings together Congressman John B. Anderson (R.-Ill.), Dr. Richard C. Halverson of International Christian Leadership, and me in echoes of a larger panel that drew 2,000 persons to Philadelphia’s Baptist Temple during the 150th anniversary of the American Sunday-School Union. The June 25 panel on “Last Chance for the Twentieth Century?” will present a scientist, a historian, and a Bible scholar in a discussion of what the future holds.
Over Memorial Day weekend, two dozen leading university professors and leaders of evangelical campus work gathered at Airlie House, the well-known “think tank” near Warrenton, Virginia, for a Consultation of Christian Scholars. They discussed obstacles to Christian faith and conduct on the secular campus today and proposed ways of coping with them. A future issue will be devoted largely to their discussions and findings.1
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