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News Comment by EDWARD ROGERS
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ALAN GIBSON describes two magazines for students and teenagers, and RAYMOND CRIPPS questions TIMOTHY BEAUMONT about his religious publications
Hymns from Gujarat: HAVE-LOCK NELSON talks with WILLIAM RUTHERTFORD about hymn-writing in North-West India and hears some examples
Biology in Space
2: Life beyond the Earth tby FRANCIS JACKSON , M.B., B.S.
In our solar system. Mars and Venus might support life, and many stars other than the sun may have planets that are abodes of life in some form. How did these living things arise?
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