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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Dearmer, Percy, 1867-1936.
Christianity and the crisis.
London, V. Gollancz, 1933
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|Notes:||At head of title: Edited by Dr. Percy Dearmer.
Errata slip inserted between p. 28 and 29.
|Description:||616 p. 19 cm.|
|Contents:||Vindication, by E. A. Burroughs. --
The demands of the ordinary man, by Albert Mansbridge. --
The intellectual and moral confusion, by W. R. Matthews. --
The confusion in literature, by R. E. Roberts. --
The social and economic confusion, by P. T. R. Kirk. --
The confusion in international relations, by J. H. B. Masterman. --
The secret of Christ, by C. E. Raven. --
Christ's conception of the kingdom of God, by A. H. Gray. --
The original fellowship idea of the Christian church, by J. W. Hunkin. --
The Christian view of man as social, by J. S. Bezzant. --
Christianity and history: General development, by Malcolm Spencer. Social progress and the continental churches, by A. E. Garvie. The Stockholm conference, by G. K. A. Bell. --
Uniting the Christian forces, by E. S. Woods. --
What the church is doing: social activities, by S. E. Keeble. --
Personal and family life, by A. A. David. --
Education, by Sir C. G. Robertson. --
The basis of exchange, by Hewlett Johnson. --
Civic and industrial reform, by J. M. Rees. --
Individual function and the community, by E. C. Urwin. --
Labour and leisure, by A. Maude Royden. --
The rebirth of the village, by Sir W. B. Thomas. --
The state and constructive citizenship, by W. G. S. Adams. --
Christianity and the League of nations, by Lord Dickinson. --
The crisis and the East, by J. B. Raju. --
Disarmament, by C. G. Lang. --
A Christian peace policy, by E. N. P. Goff. --
Scientific humanism and religions of life, by H. G. Wood. --
Industrial secularism, by M. B. Reckitt. --
Communist secularism, by N. A. Berdiaeff. --
The church in the world: failures and opportunities, by F. R. Barry. --
The conclusion of the matter, by William Temple.