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The Rev. R. A. Edwards
This is the first of three talks in which the Rev. R. A. Edwards will explain the function and nature of organised religion-what the Church is and what it means.
Mr. Edwards, the recently appointed editor of the St. Martin's Review, is one of the least conventional of modern writers on religious subjects. Having learnt a great deal about human nature during the early part of his ministry, which was spent in Stepney, he is able to appeal through his books to a much wider public than the average writer on religious subjects.


Rev. R. A. Edwards
Rev. R. A. Edwards

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