Sojourners Magazine: October 1974
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I have chosen to speak about the present and the future of evangelical social concern. I do not find this an easy task.
One of the most disturbing facts that came out in the Eichmann trial was that a psychiatrist examined him and pronounced him perfectly sane.
When Richard Nixon promised the American people a “generation of peace,” most radicals chuckled and sneered.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer pointed out that the first question Satan asked Eve during the temptation in the Garden of Eden was a theological question.
In his first public appearance since granting a full and unconditional pardon to Richard Nixon, President Gerald Ford was booed by an angry Pittsburgh crowd carrying signs reading “Justice Died.”
A review of William Stringfellow's An Ethic for Christians and Other Aliens in a Strange Land.