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The essay on COCU is the first of two in which we examine the basic issues in this projected merger of key denominations. In the second part, which will appear next issue, we will explore the parish plan and the question of the historic episcopate. Two essays in this issue deal with racism, a problem that has wracked churches as well as governments and nations. Dr. Daniels, a black psychiatrist, speaks compellingly about the psychodynamics of racism, while Dr. Hodges explores the biblical principles that relate to racism and their application to current situations.
Donald Tinder, a Yale Ph.D. who joined us as assistant editor fifteen months ago, is now our book editor. All communications regarding books should be addressed to him.1
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