Religion: The Word & Theology

It will take 6½ tons of Mimeograph paper to publish the reports, speeches and other documents that emanate from Evanston. The first week's harvest of paper produced some exciting debate.

On the Christian Hope. The Rector of Heidelberg University, Dr. Edmund Schlink of Germany's Evangelical Church, opened the discussion on the assembly's main theme: "Christ—the Hope of the World." Speaking for the characteristic European point of view, Professor Schlink saw Christ's salvation not of the world but out of it. "Christ is the end of the world," he said. "The name of Christ is...

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