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The campus ministry

Author: George L Earnshaw
Publisher: Valley Forge : Judson Press, ©1964.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George L Earnshaw
OCLC Number: 2653534
Description: 329 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. A General Philosophy for a Relevant Campus Ministry --
2. The Church, The University, and The Culture --
3. The Problem of Town and Gown --
4. A Brief History of Student Christian Movements --
5. Campus Culture --
6. Creative and Experimental Ways of Ministering to the College Mind --
7. The Role of a Christian Faculty Movement --
8. Preaching to the Academic Community --
9. Foreign Students and the American Campus --
10. Travel, Study and Service, as related to the Campus Ministry --
11. Counseling the College Student --
12. The Implications of Church and State in Public --
13. Campus Evangelism --
14. The United Campus Christian Fellowship --
15. The Church Alive in the University.
Responsibility: George L. Earnshaw [and others].

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