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John D. Wild, assistant professor of Philosophy, will give the fifth lecture in a series dealing with the "importance of the Christian World View in our civilization" at 7:30 o'clock this evening in Emerson D.
Last week Wild discussed religion as based on reason and tonight will describe faith in Christianity as contained in the Apostles' Creed. According to Wild, faith may come after the church has followed reason as far as possible. His address is entitled "Christian Theology."
The course, which holds weekly meetings on Thursday nights, is extra-curricular.
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