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Introductions to Lectures
Oxford, Oxfordshire, England (First Church).
Lecturer: Colin Rücker Eddison; introduced by James R. M. Butler, who said:—
It is commonly said nowadays that, if we are to gather the fruits of victory in this war, there will have to be a new spirit in the dealings of men and nations: more unselfishness, and a keener imagination concerning what has to be done and how to do it. Many people go farther, and declare that victory can be ensured only by a return to religion and a revival of Christianity. Other people, while agreeing that a change of heart and a less materialistic point of view are required, doubt whether Christianity, as it has been traditionally presented to them, has really the living force to meet the practical needs of the present day.
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"In the way of his steps"
L. ELIZABETH ANDERSON
Using What We Have in Our House
ELIZABETH R. VOSS
MARGARET GERALDINE GODEFROI
Handling Aggressive Suggestion
JAMES GIDEON GEARY
The Lighthouse Is There
"Desire is prayer"*
LEELAH C. HART
The Third Front
Peter V. Ross
Evelyn F. Heywood
with contributions from James R. M. Butler, J. Carleton Weatherby
In an article which appeared in...
John J. Selover
The telegram published by you...
Guy Haldane Dempster
In the heat of debate, men often...
W. Marlborough Addison
A correspondent writing in a...
Robert E. Key
"Thy words were found, and I...
It is with deep gratitude to God...
Lacy Bell Richter
Truly "every good gift and...
Edna Elvera Nyquist
It is with the greatest gratitude...
Alfred S. Waterman with contributions from Frances C. Waterman
The testimonies in the periodicals...
Through the earnest study of...
Elsie Isobel Bowman
It is my privilege and pleasure...
Nancy Eleanore Champion
MILES BUCKSTON WATTS
Signs of the Times
with contributions from E. J. Davidson, A. L. F., Russell Henry Stafford, Thomas Hastwell, Herbert Barnes