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A Discussion of the New Morality
By Bob Jones, III
Humanity is sick, and "death is passed upon all men that all have
History abounds with symptoms of the fatal disease--war, famine,
lawlessness, greed, injustice, hatred, poverty-- all of which exist in
our day and in greater number and combination than at any previous
time. There has always been war, but never so many wars threatening so
many people in so many places at one time. The world has always
groaned in travail and pain, been on the verge of collapse, in economic
distress, plagued with natural disasters and man-made perils, but never
on such a worldwide scale and embracing so many people as now.
Always man has searched for a way out of his dilemma. Surely, he
reasons, there is an explanation for the problems, and a solution-- a
way of escape that will bring man at last to his panacea-- a peaceful
Somehow the patient has always been unwilling to let the doctor help
him. Therefore, the Scripture cries out, "Why will ye die?" (Jeremiah
27:13);"And ye will not come to me, that ye might have life" (John
Fatally ill, humanity goes on diagnosing its own disease and
prescribing its own cure. This exercise in lunacy has led its
practitioners to the conclusion that no medicine exists which can heal
this world so badly out of joint and broken. The idea of new remedies
for new troubles is part of the pragmatism of our times. It is
considered that the Bible, so long looked to as God's authoritative
revelation of Himself and of man as He knows him, is of little more
value than a witch doctor's manual. The Bible is reduced to a
"curiosity", a simple effort of an unenlightened, unscientific,
underdeveloped mankind to cure the ills of other ages. It is granted
that these people did the best they could; but after all, one shouldn't
expect too much from people who lived in fear of an all-consuming, all-
knowing, exacting, supreme Being, Who exercised control over His
creature and judged that creation when it transgressed His "arbitrary
and unreasonable standards."
It is self-evident that this world is in a mess. In rebellion against
God as always, men ever seeking a "home cure" have now concluded that
the problem is too much restraint, that human nature needs more
freedom, more emancipation from the conventional inhibitions and "thou
Acting upon the assumption that truth is relative and ever changing,
that a modern world produces complex problems which can only be
dispelled with a modern medicine, today's world has prescribed for
itself the New Morality-- bad medicine.
Few segments of American life have been untouched by the New Morality--
school textbooks teach that the end justifies the means; much of the
advertising ethic directly or indirectly teaches that the easy,
uninhibited life is the good life; Hollywood has been a prime
initiator of and contributor to the New Morality. Now much of the
television has followed suit; the poisonous ooze even pours forth from
many pulpits. In short, you find few of the American opinion-makers
that do not propagate the New Morality.
New Morality is calculated to brainwash this generation of any guilt
feelings which naturally accompany sin and wrongdoing. The smell of
fire and brimstone is about it and betrays its place of origin. New
Morality is a Satanic tranquilizer for those who want to sin without
feeling sinful. I want to direct your attention to the following
19 And when they shall say unto you, Seek unto them that have familiar
spirits, and unto wizards that peep, and that mutter: should not a
people seek unto their God? for the living to the dead? 20 To the law
and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, [it is]
because [there is] no light in them. 21 And they shall pass through
it, hardly bestead and hungry: and it shall come to pass, that when
they shall be hungry, they shall fret themselves, and curse their king
and their God, and look upward. 22 And they shall look unto the earth;
and behold trouble and darkness, dimness of anguish; and [they shall
be] driven to darkness. (Isaiah 8)
The people that walked in darkness have seen a great light: they that
dwell in the land of the shadow of death, upon them hath the light
shined. (Isaiah 9:2)
When people turn away from the Word of God, they are open to every sort
of deception. Isaiah 8:19 speaks of those who turn from God unto
wizardry, unto the occult, unto wizards that peep and mutter. It is
significant that people are now showing a renewed interest in the
supernatural. Even the religious renegade, Bishop James Pike, claimed
to have spoken with his deceased son through a spirit medium.
People might turn unto anything when they turn away from God. For
instance, they might turn to communism or to humanism or to atheism--
yes, even unto the New Moralism.
If you were the devil, how would you go about ensnaring the souls of
men? The devil uses many deceits; but he has one desire, and that is
to keep men out of Heaven and bring them at last to Hell. The devil's
most effective weapon, I believe, is the lie which tells men there is
no such thing as sin, that God's Word is not meant to be taken
literally. If it is not a literal Word, then there is no harm in the
breaking of it and certainly no sin in the transgression of it. If
God's Word is not literal, then we have no knowledge of sin because
God's Word establishes for us certain standards, the violation of which
God says is sin. If you believe there is no right and wrong in this
world, then you do not believe the Bible. The Bible says, "Sin is the
transgression of the law" (1 John 3:4). Sin is the violation of the
absolute. If God had an accommodating, sliding-scale sort of justice,
there would be no need for the word "sin" in any vocabulary. When men
do what is right in their own eyes, they deny by their action that God
has given law. God's Word cannot be transgressed without bringing
God's judgment and condemnation. Yet the New Moralists with great
alacrity set aside the substantive Word of God. They dare to say there
is no law except the law of love, and, therefore, there is no sin so
long as all is done in love. "To the law and to the testimony: if they
speak not according to this word, [it is] because [there is] no light
in them." (Isaiah 8:20) These New Moralists have no light in them
according to the Scripture because they fail to speak according to the
law and to the testimony.
For the Mew Morality?
Liberal churchmen. Those we are warned against in the Scripture
because they bring "another gospel" (Galatians 1:9) seem to be the
chief purveyors of this madness. Bishop John A. T. Robinson, for
instance, the Englishman who wrote the blasphemous book, "Honest to
God" is considered to be one of the leaders of this movement. A sample
of Bishop Robinson's "wisdom" is as follows: "The sanctions of Sinai
have lost their terrors, and people no longer accept the authority of
Jesus even as a great moral teacher. Robbed of its supernatural
supports, men find it difficult to take seriously a code of living that
confessedly depended on them." (1)
"For this reason it [love] is the only ethic which offers a point
of constancy in a world of flux and yet remains absolutely free for and
free over the changing situation. It is prepared to see every moment
as a fresh creation from God's hand, demanding its own and perhaps
wholly unprecedented response." (2)
Continuing he says:
"The fact that the old landmarks are disappearing is not something
simply to be deplored. If we have the courage, it is something to be
welcomed-- as a challenge to Christian ethics, to shake itself loose
from the supports of super-naturalistic legalism... for nothing of
itself can always be labeled wrong. One cannot, for instance, start
from the position "Sex relations before marriage" or "divorce" are
wrong or sinful in themselves." (3)
In this country and Episcopalian preacher by the name of Joseph
Fletcher wrote the book, "Situation Ethics", which is considered by
most to be the "Bible" of the New Morality. Examine some of the
"cream" that flows from Dr. Fletcher's pen:
"Theodore Roosevelt was either not altogether honest, candid, or
altogether thoughtful when he said `No man is justified in doing evil
on the ground of expediency.' He was mired down in intrinsicalistic
legalism. Love could justify anything. There is no justification
other than love's expedience. (4)
Therefore, in the relativities of this world where conscience
labors to do the right thing, we may always do what would be evil in
some context if in this circumstance love gains the balance. It is
love's business to calculate gains and losses and to act for the sake
of its success. On this ground then, we must flatly oppose the
classical means-ends rule in Christian ethics and moral theology. (5)
As we know, for many people sex is so much a moral problem largely
due to the repressive efforts of legalism.... Whether any form of sex
(hetero, homo, or auto) is good or evil depends on whether love is
fully served." (6)
Dr Fletcher was quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle of November 12,
1966, as saying that the Ten Commandments should be amended to read:
"Thou shalt not covet ordinarily; thou shalt not kill ordinarily;
thou shall not commit adultery... ordinarily. I look at situations one
at a time... You asked me how often pre-marital sex would be all right,
and I would say relatively infrequently-- maybe once in a hundred
times. But in some situations unmarried love could be infinitely more
moral than married love."
Every respectable man rejects such an idea as being patently absurd and
unquestionably filthy. The public is entitled to know that Joseph
Fletcher was identified under oath on July 6, 1953, as a member of the
Communist Party by Herbert Philbrick, former FBI undercover agent. (7)
Philbrick revealed that he and Fletcher were members of the same
Communist cell in the Boston area.
Among the 45 stated goals of the Communist Party are the following:
"24. Eliminate all laws governing obscenity by calling them censorship
and a violation of free speech and free press. 25. Break down
cultural standards of morality by promoting pornography and obscenity
in books, magazines, motion pictures, radio, and TV. 26. Present
homosexuality, degeneracy, and promiscuity as normal, natural, health."
If success in carrying out these goals entitles Party members to
citation for meritorious service, Dr. Fletcher has to be deserving of
the title, "Most Successful".
The World Council of Churches as a body is committed to the New
Morality. The following statement was made at their meeting in Geneva
in 1966: "Through revolution, the free creative man works out his own
future as that of mankind by liberating it from the ballast of
traditions and the number of laws and rights which have accumulated
through the long course of history."
The March 5, 1965, edition of TIME magazine said: "The twentieth
century sexual revolution directly challenges Christianity and its
basic teaching against fornication and adultery. Some progressive
church thinkers now advocate a "New Morality" to take account of the
facts of life. What they propose is an ethic based on love rather than
law in which the ultimate criterion for right and wrong is not divine
command but the individual's subjective perception of what is good for
himself and his neighbor in each given situation." (8)
In other words, if you come to a place in life where you think it is
more loving to kill a man, go ahead and kill him because it is all
right if you do it in love. If you are a student in college and you
are about to fail your course and you love your parents and don't want
to hurt them, go ahead and cheat because it is better to cheat and to
steal a grade than to hurt your parents whom you love. Such is the
ethic of the New Morality and such is its nature that even its most
dedicated advocates sooner or later fall before it as corrupted victims
of the moral looseness which by its very nature it always leads to.
One such case in point would be the shocking circumstances which
surrounded the 1966 murder in Columbus, Ohio, of the former National
Council of Churches official, Dr. Robert W. Spike. At the time of his
death, he was a member of the faculty of the University of Chicago
Divinity School and an American Baptist minister. A radical
theologian, Dr. Spike, like many of the modern ecumenicists, was
vociferous and active in civil rights causes, and a practitioner of the
New Morality. The Columbus Citizen-Journal reported: "His battered
body was found at 1:15 p.m. Monday in the room lying face up in a pool
blood clad only in a green raincoat. The health magazines with
pictures of nude men and women and the addresses of night spots were
found in Dr. Spike's attache case in the room." I have learned from a
judge in Ohio that the man who confessed to Spike's murder was mentally
incompetent and turned on Spike when he became aware that Spike and
others were using him for perverted sexual purposes. When a man who is
mentally incompetent becomes incensed over the indignity and shame of
such vile acts practiced on him by a man holding a doctor's degree, one
wonders where sanity really lies.
Educators, too, are brainwashing students with the New Morality. In
Chicago not long ago at an annual conference on higher education, I sat
in a seminar on the changing societal values and their implications for
the college community. One professor stood up and espoused the view
that he had no business telling a student what was right and what was
wrong. As an example of his philosophy, he said that if a student came
expressing an intense hatred for his mother-in-law, a hatred which
could be relieved only by the student's killing his mother-in-law, he
could not tell the student that it was morally wrong to kill his
mother-in-law. He could only advise him of the consequences to be
derived from killing his mother-in-law. Then he would let the student
decide whether to murder or not to murder. Many will think I have
drawn upon an extremely broad, isolated, and ludicrous example, but not
so. Venerable standards of right and wrong are no longer held sacred
by a great many in the teaching profession. How foolish men can be
when they fail to bring every thought into captivity to the Lord Jesus
The New Moralists Speak?
What do they believe? Obviously their philosophy begins with the
belief that man has outgrown God, that man himself is now ready to play
God and to determine right fro wrong. They would first believe that
man has reached a place in his evolution, and I challenge the reader to
find a New Moralist who is not an evolutionist, where man can finally
make it alone without leaning on a "god-crutch". Any system which
teaches that man is not answerable to God must begin with the thesis
that man did not come from God. God, therefore, has to be the product
of man's imagination-- a prop to lean upon.
The New Morality, all protest to the contrary, boils down to
lawlessness. The deadly germ of antinomianism is implicit within the
very term "situation ethics."
Read for yourself what the New Moralists think of God's law. A. McKay
Brabham, Jr., editor of the South Carolina Methodist "Advocate", gives
the Ten Commandments mere human stature: "The Ten Commandments
represent the highest development of a code of ethics ever devised by
An editorial in the Columbia Record quoted from "The Tiger", the
Clemson University student newspaper, remarks made by the Rev. R. F.
Elliott, Jr., on the New Morality: "The Ten Commandments were a small
culture for a small group of people wandering in the wilderness, and
they cannot possibly apply to the modern large society of today. The
Then Commandments were not written by God. There are no written rules
that we have to obey.... Man must make decisions according to the
existing situation.... There can actually be no right and no wrong."
Mr. Elliott is director of the Wesley Foundation at Clemson University.
In the same vein, I recall an attitude expressed by a Canadian pastor
to the effect that the Ten Commandments were no more relevant for our
times than the dietary laws, the forms of government, and other
regulations of Moses' time. He scornfully said that no one generation
was competent to lay down a moral blueprint for successive generations.
Furthermore, he maintained that the Bible should not be quoted to
justify a behavior pattern that is contrary to "the mind of God as we
know it today."
Who gave him the authority to decide what God's mind is for today?
Remember this: the only way we have of knowing the mind of God is by
knowing the Word of God wherein God has revealed Himself. This man and
others like him are practicing psychiatry without a license. They have
set about to psychoanalyze God. They unabashedly declare that they
know the mind of God today and that the Ten Commandments do not
represent the mind of God. Where did they do such exhaustive research
that brings them to this conclusion? What schools did they attend
where such knowledge abounds?
The New Moralists believe that man is imperfect and has produced a
world that is imperfect. One does not have to be intelligent to know
that-- even the New Moralist can know that. Obviously, something is
wrong with man. The New Moralists propose to have the remedy-- love.
Love, they believe, will save the world and those within it.
The Lord said, "I am the door: by me if any man enter in, he shall be
saved" (John 10:9). The New Moralist does not buy that. He believes
that in loving his fellow man he demonstrates his love toward God. Of
course, in so doing, he ignores the Lord Who says, "If ye love me,
keep my commandments." (John 14:15) We have no way of showing our
love to God except by obeying His Word. The Lord Jesus Christ said,
"Ye are my friends, if ye do whatsoever I command you." (John 15:14)
Obedience is the fruit of love.
The New Moralists advocate throwing away the Rule Book; and, indeed,
the theologians had done a good job of that before New Morality ever
came on the scene. In fact, there would be no New Morality unless the
Bible had first been denied as the authoritative Word of God. When you
consider that it has been denied, doubted, attacked, vilified by many
"esteemed" men of the cloth, you can better understand how the
educators, sociologists, and psychologists find it easy to say that God
has not spoken and replace revealed truth with love-- the only rule of
"The Christian Century" in May, 1967, had this to say: "Man has come
far enough in the process of evolution to be of age, realizing that
self-good is possible only through living both freely and responsibly."
One might expect that kind of sophomoric reasoning from a college
journal, but it is inexcusable foolishness when it appears in a quasi-
intellectual periodical of the adult world and one that calls itself
Christian at that. An honest and mature observation of life shows that
without clearly defined and rigidly enforced laws there can be no order
in society. Responsible living is disciplined living. When
irresponsible men decide to live "freely" without respect for
established law, anarchy results. A world where men live "freely" is a
world not worth living in.
Man is a creature in rebellion. He is the only part of God's creation
not in subjection to the Creator. It is no accident that every
civilized society has been highly structured and closely regimented.
Without the restraint of enforceable law imposed upon him, man is
uncontrollable. Certainly no Christian is free to do as he pleases.
He is bound by the Word of God.
The New Morality advocates the debilitating philosophy of
permissiveness. It is time we came back to the realization that there
are some absolutes. It is time we relearned the ability to become
indignant over wrong and over sin. It is time we were again able to
hate sin as God hates it. We see immorality and lasciviousness
displayed everywhere about us, and it no longer makes us mad. We have
been so unrelentingly brainwashed over the past few years that we take
sin for granted. Sin is no longer sin but just a way of life that we
must accept. God does not accept it.
The time has come to dust off the Rule Book and proclaim it. Someone
has observed, you cannot play the game if you are allowed two strikes
or six, if you can use a bat or a cannon, if one day you can have three
men on third base and the next day there is no third base at all. We
must stop making up our own rules and get back to God and His
People who follow the New Morality pride themselves on being free from
encumbering rigidity. In truth, they are only free from good sense.
They pride themselves on being open-minded; but I believe when you
reach the point where you are so open-minded that your brains are
falling out, you have gone too far!
There is nothing new about New Morality. It is as old as the Garden of
Eden. It is the old urge of sinful man to rid himself of his
responsibility under God and to the Word of God. It is the old
immorality taken out of the slim, fixed up a little bit, put on a level
of respectability and worshiped. It is man turning unto his own way.
It is man calling evil good and good evil. There is nothing new about
Someone said not long ago that if the prodigal son were living today,
he would not go back to his father and say, "Oh, Father, I have sinned.
Forgive me." Down there in the hog pen in that far country he would
pick up the telephone; and he would call his father, collect of course,
and would say, "Hey, Dad, come on down here and join me, The New
Morality is the greatest. Life with the pigs is real fine. Everybody
is doing it.
I am compelled to ask the question, "Where is the New Morality leading
us?" After careful examination I have to say that every degenerate
should welcome the New Morality. It gives him license to steal, kill,
cheat, commit fornication, practice sedition; and it enshrouds him in a
cloak of acceptability while he is practicing his evil.
The New Morality leads to confusion and national ruin. America is in
the death throes, and the New Morality is playing an ever more
responsible part in it. Before we ever realized what the New Morality
was and before it was given a name, it had begun its erosive work in
America. It came as a bedfellow of advancing liberalism and
agnosticism and apostasy. The so-called higher criticism of the
Scripture opened a Pandora's box of many evils, among which was the New
Morality; and New Morality is helping lead America to a premature
I do not think America has any special claim to the blessings of God.
There are some who would equate Americanism and Christianity. It is
popular to think that if you fight for this country you fight for God.
I regret that, because it keeps a log of people from understanding that
it is necessary to be born again, to receive Jesus Christ as personal
Saviour. Man would still rather try to work his way to Heaven than
accept the righteousness which is in Christ Jesus. Working to save
America is a noble ideal; but since Ephesians 2:8,9 says, "For by grace
are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: [it is] the
gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast.", even the grand
work of saving America is excluded.
It is true that our forefathers saw the need to establish this nation
upon the Word of God. They at least realized that God was our help.
Actually only a few of the founding fathers probably knew the Lord; but
they all had a fear of God in them, and they all knew that God's Word
was true, whether they knew the Lord Jesus Christ or not. Because of
this, god did bless this nation for a time and for a testimony to His
God's blessing, I believe, is all but removed today. According to
Isaiah 32:17, the fruit of righteousness shall be peace; and without
righteousness there is no peace. Why should God bless an unrighteous
nation? He has never done it in history. He has never brought healing
to a land where the people remain in wickedness and unrighteousness.
Before He brings healing to a land, He requires that people humble
themselves and pray and seek His face and turn from their wicked ways.
It is necessary for Him to forgive the sin of individuals before He
heals the land of many sins (II Chronicles 7:14). America is not
inclined in this direction in the slightest. God's judgment is
reserved for a nation of stiff-necked and unrighteous people.
Isaiah 8:21 and 22 give us a most vivid picture of what happens to a
nation when its people turn from God-- they become hungry, soul
starved. They look up, and they look out, and they look around; and
they cannot find help. They are in trouble and in darkness and suffer
the anguish of despair.
At an earlier point in Israel's crisis-ridden history, Moses delineated
the cause of defeat when he said, "are not these evils come upon us,
because our God is not among us? (Deuteronomy 31:17). God is not among
us. and America finds itself in a day of unparalleled evil and
deepening peril. We have given Him the foot and said, "Get out of
here, God. We don't want You in our country any more. We can solve
our own problems. We don't need Your Word in our schools. We don't
need the morality of the Bible. But don't go too far. If we get in
trouble, if we have riots in the streets, if we have economic ruin, we
might get back in touch; but don't call us, we'll call You."
The New Morality is supplanting the morality of the Bible and helping
lead this nation away from greatness; but worse, it is leading us away
from the blessing of God.
Perhaps you ask yourself, "Is there any hope?" I have asked myself
that many times. I do not know if there is hope at our doorstep or
not. Maybe God's judgment has already been pronounced; and maybe
America is like the city of Nineveh which after a great revival and
turning to God under Jonah's preaching , a short time later was cursed
by God through the prophet Nahum who said,
"The LORD [is] good, a strong hold in the day of trouble; and he knoweth
them that trust in him. But with an overrunning flood he will make an
utter end of the place thereof, and darkness shall pursue his enemies."
(Nahum 1:7-8) "There is no healing of thy bruise; thy wound is grievous:
all that hear the bruit of thee shall clap the hands over thee: for upon
whom hath not thy wickedness passed continually?" (Nahum 3:19) Maybe God
has reserved like judgment for America. I do not know; but if there is yet
hope, it lies only in an awakening to our needs, in repentance and in
understanding that "Righteousness exalteth a nation: but sin [is] a
reproach to any people." (Proverbs 14:34)
I like what Dr. Noel Smith, former editor of the Baptist Bible Tribune, had
to say some time ago:
"There are two streams of humanity flowing through this world. There is
the stream of unregenerate wicked humanity. Like our rivers and lakes,
this stream is fouled and polluted with every form of corruption and moral
filth: idolatry, adultery, fornication, drunkenness, gambling, theft,
blasphemy, sacrilege, sex perversion, envy, jealousy, hatred, murder.
This stream does not have within itself the power of renewal, revival, and
continuity. Every day it gathers to itself more filth. It has no
tributaries of fresh waters. The tributaries are as foul and polluted as
the main stream. There is no hope for a stream like that.
Why did all the ancient states and empires disintegrate, break up and
turn to dust? Why is life in every country on earth today becoming
increasingly corrupt, foul, and violent? Why are the basic institutions of
responsible and orderly government collapsing?
For may reasons; but the basic reason is the stream of unregenerate
humanity has no inward powers of renewal, revival, and continuity. There
are no fresh waters flowing into it to neutralize its violence and filth.
Humanity is more universally corrupt and violent today then ever before
because the stream is longer and has accumulated more pollution." (12)
If there is any hope, it is to repair unto the Lord. The injection of
Christ's righteousness can alone give cleansing where there is only
putrefaction and death. "Should not a people seek unto their God?" Isaiah
says. People in trouble and in guilt seek unto God for pardon and peace.
People in peril look unto God for protection. Afflicted people look to God
for healing and deliverance. Should not people in this nation look unto
God, to the law and to the testimony, to the Word of God? Not to the New
Morality-- there is no help there. Make God's Word your Counsellor, and
you will be counseled aright.
"To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this
word, [it is] because [there is] no light in them. (Isaiah 8:20) We are
living in a day of unparalleled darkness. Many voices, including that of
the New Morality, clamor from the darkness. There is no light in them
because they speak not according to the law and to the testimony. The Word
of God still has the power to break through the darkness of the human heart
and give light (Psalm 119:130). Those who shut their eyes to the light of
God's Word shall be justly abandoned to the darkness and left to the
emptiness of the vain imaginings of their hearts.
To those who would know Him and walk in the light as He is in the light,
the Scripture says, "Awake thou that sleepest, and arise from the dead, and
Christ shall give thee light." (Ephesians 5:14); "This then is the message
which we have heard of him, and declare unto you, that God is light, and in
him is no darkness at all." (1 John 1:5); "Thy word [is] a lamp unto my
feet, and a light unto my path." (Psalms 119:105) "whereunto ye do well
that ye take heed, as unto a light that shineth in a dark place" (2 Peter
Jesus said, "I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not
walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life." (John 8:12). You
can have that light if you will have Jesus Christ as your personal Saviour.
If you will not, the God declares to you that it is the foolishness of man
which perverts his way. (Proverbs 19:3).
(1) John A.T. Robinson, "Honest to God" (Philadelphia: Westminster Press,
1963) p. 109
(2) Ibid., p 115
(3) Ibid., pp 117, 118
(4) Joseph Fletcher, "Situation Ethics" (Philadelphia: Westminster Press,
1966), pp. 125, 126
(5) Ibid., p. 132
(6) Ibid., p. 139
(7) "Blu-Print," November 15, 1966
(8) "Time", March 5, 1965, p. 42
(9) South Carolina Methodist "Advocate", October 6, 1965.
(10) "Columbia Record", September 27, 1966.
(11) "Christian Century", May, 1967.
(12) "Baptist Bible Tribune", October 20, 1967, p. 5.
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