The April number of the Theological Review contains the following articles: "The Minister and His People," an address delivered by Phillips Brooks '55 before the Divinity School on February 21, 1884, and not included in any edition of his works; "The Collapse of the New England Theology," by Dr. G. A. Gordon '81, of the Old South Church, Boston; "Hellenism and Christianity," by Professor F. B. Jevons, of the University of Durham; "Some Recent Works on Systematic Theology," by Professor G. W. Knox, of Union Theological Seminary; "Ethical Monism and the Problem of Evil," by Dr. B. A. G. Fuller '00, of the Philosophy Department.
April Theological Review Contents
Police, Health Services Obeyed Protocol in Arrest, Per Spokespeople
Police Commissioner Says He 'Absolutely' Supports Officers Who Arrested Harvard Student
‘Junior 24’ Tapped to Join Phi Beta Kappa
Harvard Undergraduate Arrested, Sparking Allegations of Police Brutality
Two Harvard Law School Professors Will Represent Arrested College Student
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