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by Anthony E. Harvey.
A current technique in New Testament scholarship is to drive a wedge between the received text and the authentic teaching of Jesus. Mr. Harvey considers, as an example, the disturbing conclusions reached by Dr. J.A.T. Robinson his book Jesus and His Coming.
Must the believer always take the results of using a particular critical method for 'gospel' despite the Apostolic witness, Christian tradition, and the expressed 'mind of the Church'?


Anthony E. Harvey

Minuets and songs by Ignatius Sancho, protege of the Duke of Montagu, and by George Bridge-tower, virtuoso violinist and friend of Beethoven.
Patricia Clark (soprano), Charles Spinks (harpsichord and piano), The Virtuoso Ensemble
Programme devised and introduced by Edward Scobie.
(BBC recording)


Patricia Clark
Charles Spinks
The Virtuoso Ensemble
Programme devised and introduced by:
Edward Scobie

Are the ways in which animals communicate with their fellows essentially different from human communication, or could one say that there is a continuum in which complexity, subtlety, and efficiency increase as one ascends the 'biological ladder'?
Chairman: Colin Cherry, D.Sc., Imperial College of Science and Technology, London
D. E. Broadbent, Applied Psychology Research Unit, Medical Research Council, Cambridge
R. L. Gregory, The Psychological Laboratory, University of Cambridge
P. T. Haskell, Ph.D.,The Anti-Locust Research Centre, London
W.H. Thorpe, Sc.D., F.R.S., Jesus College and Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge
(The recorded broadcast of April 19)


Colin Cherry
D. E. Broadbent
R. L. Gregory
P. T. Haskell
W.H. Thorpe

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