"First published 1963. Copyright SCM Press Ltd 1963". -- verso of t.-p.
Includes bibliography: p. 206-208 and index.
"The present volume, the fourth in this series, essays the ambitious task of offering some clues to what is happening in that spiritual conflict which is modern Africa. For spiritual conflict it is and that in its essence. .... The spiritual conflict in Africa is a striving to re-establish that primal unity of man with both the material and the spiritual universe which African man instinctively feels to be true 'being' and which hardly exists anywhere in Africa today. Believing this, the author seeks to establish first of all the essentially African way of feeling the truth about things, a 'feeling after the truth', which finds expression in an illimitable anthology of proverbial sayings rather than in a systematic philosophy". -- General Intro.
Contents: General Introduction / M.A.C. Warren -- Classroom Religion -- Through Other Men's Eyes -- The Language of Myth -- Turning Inside Out -- The Scattered Self -- The Unbroken Circle -- Oh That I Might Find Him ! -- What is Man ? -- The Second Adam -- Prophets, Priests and Kings -- The Tender Bridge -- The Destroyer -- The Practice of the Presence -- Short Bibliography -- Index.
Colophon: Printed in Great Britain by Robert Cunningham and Sons Ltd, Alva, Scotland.
Author is "now Africa Secretary of the Church Missionary Society". -- front dust jacket blurb.
Halifax, Nova Scotia - Officials of the Department of Public Welfare have expressed thanks to the Anglican Church of Canada for its cooperation in a recent campaign to increase adoptions throughout the province.
There were 46 inquiries from married couples to the provincial coordinator for adoption services following the month-long campaign, according to a statement received by the church's social service department.
It is the first example of co-operation between the Anglican Church and provincial authorities in the adoption field. Church organized officials say they hope such a campaign might also be organized in other provinces.
Anglican clergy were asked by Rt. Rev. W.W. Davis, Bishop of the Diocese of Nova Scotia, to preach on adoption, or conduct a discussion in their churches and to circulate an adoption brochure produced by several denominations.
At present, 21 of the couples that made inquiries have completed or are in the process of completing their adoption.