A weekly programme of Christian news and comment
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, has returned from a visit to the United States and makes some comments on this subject
To School on Sunday: a second series on Sunday School techniques. 3-Telling the Story: by the Rev. Donald Fraser , of the Sabbath Society of the Presbyterian Church of Ireland
5-The British Way of Life seen through Eastern Eyes
Four great Eastern religions and their effect on the character of those who follow them have been described in this series.
In this concluding programme the British way of life is discussed by a Hindu and a Moslem speaker, and two British speakers contribute to the programme.
Dr. Romila Thapar
Lecturer in Ancient Indian History at the School of Oriental and African Studies
Jordanian writer and journalist
The Rt.Rev. Lesslie Newbigin
Bishop in Madhurai-Ramnad,
The Church of South India
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