In this group of seven talks, theologians and philosophers examine this question und seek to describe the content of the Christian message in terms intelligible to the twentieth century.
3: Signing on the dotted line by THE Rev. G. B. CAIRD Mansfield College, Oxford
Extra ecclesiam non salus. The Church springs from the Christ-event, but its role in history and its nature are ambiguous. Is it the Ark of Salvation, the elect of God, or the ' earnest ' of a new creation? Second broadcast
Order and Evil, by D. M. MacKinnon : October 19
Rev. G. B.
Patricia Clark (soprano)
Ursula Connors (soprano) Jean Allister (contralto) Edgar Fleet (tenor) John Frost (bass)
ROY JESSON (harpsichord)
Conductor. DENtS STEVENS Introduced by DENIS STEVENS Recorded In the church of St. George the Martyr. Queen Square.
A revolutionary drama by Lord Byron adapted for radio by J. H. WATSON with John Neville and William Devlin
Cast in order of speaking:
Music composed by ELISABF.TH LUTYENS conducted by Marcus Dods Produced by R. D. SMITH Second broadcast
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