March 1975

Cover Story

This interview was made during a historic time.

Feature

This is not a time when mere tinkering will do.
Jesus was a master of the public drama.
Members of the Division of Church and Society and of other units of the NCC have been impressed with the degree to which that statement lessens the distance that is often assumed to separate “evangelical Christians” from “ecumenical Christians.”
Part VIII: Theodore Weld, evangelical reformer

Commentary

Last month, the government again sought to use its food aid programs more for the political requirements of American foreign policy and the interests of agribusiness rather than to meet the needs of starving people.
By this time, the Hartford Affirmations -- or Heresies, depending on how you read them -- will have been viewed with alarm or thanksgiving by most theologians in the country.

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