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“A Voice Without a Hand” By Stow Persons

“A Voice Without a Hand”

by Stow Persons

in Free Religion: An American Faith

(Yale University Press, 1947) pp. 75 – 98

What strengths and weaknesses are obvious in the FRA?

Was there an important principle in the FRA’s break with the AUA? If so, how could the FRA have carried forward its program with greater success?


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