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DEATH AND CONTEMPORARY MAN: THE CRISIS OF TERMINAL ILLNESS, by Carl G. Carlozzi (Eerdmans, 1968, 79 pp., $1.45, paperback). DEATH AND CONTEMPORARY MAN: THE CRISIS OF TERMINAL ILLNESS, by Carl G. Carlozzi (Eerdmans, 1968, 79 pp., $1.45, paperback). This little book, written by an Episcopalian minister who served for a…

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The Roman Catholic Council of Trent, which met for several years and began its sessions some thirty years after the beginning of the Reformation in 1517, was convened to combat and counteract the rising tide of the Reformation. This council set itself to maintain the doctrinal position and teachings of…

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Question  From the South Holland, Illinois Ladies’ Society, through their secretary, Mrs. Connie Busker, I received the following:  “In our Ladies’ Society we recently discussed the question, ‘Is there any scriptural basis for believing in “integration” or “segregation”?’  “We would appreciate it very much if you would discuss and comment…

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