Religion: New Approach

". . . It was confusing, sickening, exhilarating, exhausting . . . What, really happened was that I was experiencing God's redemptive power in action." Such was the reaction of one ministerial candidate to his twelve-week training course in a mental hospital.

The student was one of 1,288 potential and ordained Protestant pastors who have received nontheological instruction in mental health from the Council for Clinical Training. Last week some of them were on hand at Chicago Theological Seminary as the council met to honor its founder, 73-year-old Dr. Anton Boisen.

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