Signs of the Times

Eugene Carr in a column inThe Canton [Ohio] Repository

It should not seem strange for a layman to draw on his religious beliefs during the normal course of business or in the daily routine of his job experiences. If the principles of his faith are a definite part of his life, they are as much a part of him as his skill or knowledge of his work, and they are as important to him as the rules of procedure or standards of performance of the job in which he is engaged.

Donald L. Robertson, M.D. in The Christian Century Chicago, Illinois

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March 15, 1958

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