Book review: Words to change lives, by 58 leading american clergymen; religious living, by Georgia harkness; the life of Christ in poetry, compiled by Hazel Davis clark; a short Primer for protestants, by James Hastings nichols; what Christianity says about sex, love and marriage, by Roland H. bainton; basic Christian writings, edited by Stanley I. stuber. The association press, new York, 1956. 124-128 pp. 50 cents each [Book Review]

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