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A Guide to the Study of 
the Christian Religion 

Edited by GERALD B. SMITH 

A symposium covering the field of 
modern religious teaching 

The past quarter of a century has seen 
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Some Religious Implications 
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By JOSEPH R. GEIGER 

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THE NEW ORTHODOXY 



By EDWARD SCRIBNER AMES 

Associate Professor of Philosophy 
The University of Chicago 



The war marks the beginning of a new 
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