Religion: The inner Voice

The conscience of red-haired Larry Gara, like that of many another Christian, has led him down a hard & lonely road. When World War II began, it prompted him to refuse to register for the draft. Quaker Gara went to jail, spent three years there.

When he got out, Gara found a job as history teacher and dean of men at Ohio's small, Mennonite Bluffton College. For 26-year-old Larry Gara and his wife, Lanna Mae, a new life opened up. But last fall his conscience dropped him into hot water again. When one of Bluffton's...

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