Editor's Note from April 12, 1974

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This Easter issue explores what the Incarnation had to do with the Crucifixion (see the article by Wilfred Winget beginning on the next page) and what those two events mean for the Church today.

Paul Maier has in recent years been putting down widespread fallacies by means of some first-rate historical research. On page 8 he takes on those who question the integrity of the New Testament.

A special feature is the report on page 11 by J. D. Douglas, whom CHRISTIANITY TODAY commissioned to go to Cyprus recently and examine the tangled church-state situation there.

I announce with regret the loss of the services of Henry DeWeerd, our general manager, and Coleman Luck, one of our two advertising men.

Please remember the forthcoming (July 16–25) International Congress on World Evangelization in your prayers and stewardship. This could be a turning point in efforts to finish the task of worldwide evangelization.

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