Ministry--New Style

Gann, L. H.
July 1981
National Review;7/10/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 13, p785
The article presents the author's description of the duties of an Academic Liaison Officer at the World Council of Churches. It describes the goal of the World Council of Churches. There is also a sarcastic discussion on preaching liberation theology. International issues that concern the World Council of Churches.


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