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A weekly programme of Christian news and comment
Introduced by Walter Macdonald News Comment: by Mark Gibbs
Christianity and Social Commitment: Paul Oestreicher reports from the fourth Puldoux Conference held in Holland earlier this month
From India's Coral Strand: Miss S. E. Paul talks of the desire of Indians to give genuinely Indian expression to the worship of Christ. and some of the ways in which it is being fulfilled
The Faith Mission: the first of six talks by Douglas Quy about some of Britain's smaller missionary societies
The last two items are recorded

Contributors

Introduced By:
Walter MacDonald
Unknown:
Mark Gibbs
Unknown:
Paul Oestreicher
Talks:
E. Paul
Unknown:
Douglas Quy

6: Re-interpretation
C. V. Wedgwood discusses with Lionel Munby
Editor of The Amateur Historian the reasons for the re-interpretation of history from one generation to another, and why, and how, she is writing a new study of the Civil War. and has produced a second version of her life of Strafford
Listeners may like to take the subject further by reading a booklet written by Professor V. H. Galbraith to accompany the series. It can be obtained from newsagents and booksellers, price 5s., or direct by sending a crossed cheque or postal order to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Lionel Munby
Written By:
Professor V. H. Galbraith

Network Three

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