Among this week's items are:
News Comment: by David Skinner
The Church in the Circus: Martin Willson questions the Rev. Dr. W. D. Omand about his long personal ministry to circus people
To School on Sunday: a second seriea on Sunday School techniques. 2-The Act of Worship: by the Rev. Dr. J. K. Meir , of the British Lessons Council, with recorded illustrations
Psalms and Canticles: 5-More Contrasts, by Gordon Reynolds , with the choir of St. Bride's, Fleet Street
Rev. Dr. W. D.
Rev. Dr. J. K.
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 is given by a scholar who is not himself a member of the religion, with contributions by members of the religion.
3-Hinduism by Morris Carstairs anthropologist and psychiatrist
Contributions by: Dr. G. Malhotra
D. S. Shastri
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