Among this week's items are:
News Comment by David Skinner America's Boom in Religion: Dr. Cecil Northcott , editorial secretary of the United Society for Christian Literature, who has returned from a visit to the U.S.A.. comments on this subject To School on Sunday: a second series on Sunday School techniques. ir-The Use of Music: Ida M. Prins -Buttle with the boys of Eagle House School, Bathford
Christian Stewardship in Action: James Dewar visits St. Mary's Church, Shirehampton, Bristol
Spiritual beliefs and religious forms have determined the behaviour and relationships of nations and individuals.
This series sets out to give a simple explanation of the basic tenets of four religions whose members comprise a great part of the earth's population and whose influence on world affairs is today of incalculable importance - Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, and Buddhism. Each talk except this one is by a scholar not himself a member of the religion, with contributions by members of the religion.
2: Judaism by Dr. J. B. Segal, Reader in Aramaic and Syriac Language and Literature, School of Oriental and African Studies
Contributions by Rabbi Dr. I. Levy O.B.E., Jennifer Cronin
Dr. J. B.
Dr. I. Levy
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