by the Rev. B. M. G. Reardon
Harnack's Das Wesen des Christentums has been re-published in two new English editions this year. Mr. Reardon contrasts with Harnack's ethical liberalism the spectacular theologies of Schweitzer, Barth, and Bultmann, which successively followed it. Can they all be ' right '; and is there a category that contains them all, while offering a useful answer to the basic question?
An Irish legend
Words by H. A. L. Craig Sound by Tristram Cary
with Philip Cunningham. Malcolm Hayes and Hilda Schroder
Production by Douglas Cleverdon
(The recorded broadcast of Sept. 21)
H. A. L.
The Children of Lir Fiannuala ::
The Children of Lir:Fiachra:
The Children of Lir:Conn:
The Children of Lir:Hugh:
Their Stepmother, Eva:
by L. S. B. Leakey , ph.D.
Curator of the Coryndon Museum, Nairobi
In July this year Dr. Leakey's wife, working with her husband, discovered a fossil skull at Olduvai Gorge, Tanganyika, where Dr. Leakey has been working since 1931. He maintains that this skull, dating from the Lower Pleistocene more than half a million years ago, represents the earliest known true maker of stone tools and is thus the earliest known 'man.'
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