Series: The Rufus Jones Lecture

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The Authentic Life: Its Theory and Practice by Ross Snyder1959
The Holy Spirit and Christian education by Randolph Crump Miller1962
Readiness for religion by Harold Loukes1963
Religious education faces the future by Paul H. Vieth1964
Friends for the next 300 years : a call into the future by Robert L. James1965
Quest for dialogue : 1966 Rufus Jones lecture by Gordon L. Lippitt1966
Marriage as vocation : an invitation to relationship-in-depth by D. R Mace1968
Readiness for revolution by George Lakey1971
Human sexuality and the Quaker conscience by Mary Steichen Calderone1973
Awareness of death : preparation for living by Donald P. Irish1976
This I Know Experimentally by Elizabeth G. Watson1977
Are the scriptures 'very precious' still? (Rufus Jones lecture) by George H. Boobyer1980

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