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IssueReligion
Book Review
L. Lang-Sims reviews the book The Grave of God, by Robert Adolfs. He clearly indicates his feelings regarding this work when he declares it “by no means exceptional.” He summarizes the book as an “example of the travesties of Catholic teaching at present invading the Church” and an “explicit plea to the Church to accept the secularization of mankind.” Ultimately the reviewer declares this book “exceedingly strange,” and out rightly disagrees with the author’s perspective.
The Grave of GodAdolfs, Robert *Lang-Sims, L. Vol. 2, No. 1. ( Winter, 1968) Christianity
Correspondence
In this letter, Lois Lang-Sims lists some “general tendencies” of the Roman Catholic Church with which she is concerned. Her anxiety regarding the deviation from traditional ideas to more modern practices is expressed throughout the letter. This includes the leadership of the Church, as the writer believes the “lay person is more obviously incapable than ever before.”
Correspondence on changes to the Catholic ChurchLang-Sims, L. Vol. 1, No. 4. ( Autumn, 1967) Christianity
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