Charles Malik

Dr. Charles H. Malik is a citizen of Lebanon, born in Djirran in 1906. He is a graduate of the American University of Beirut, and received a Harvard University Ph.D. degree in 1937. He has served his country as ambassador to the United States, and was minister of foreign affairs for Lebanon when elected president of the General Assembly of the United Nations in September, 1958. Dr. Malik is currently at the American University in Beirut. 
 
Quoted from Herald of Holiness - September 4, 1968 pg. 6. 

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Language: English

Herald of Holiness - September 4, 1968

Westlake Taylor Purkiser
V. H. Lewis
Loy Williams
Milo L. Arnold
Charles Malik
John M. Drescher
C. William Fisher
Elden Rawlings
Leslie Parrott
Thane Minor
Mendell Taylor
Esther Baldwin York
A painting of a larger than life Jesus knocking at the United Nations building.

02 They Were Called Christians By V.H. Lewis
03 How Much Is a Home Really Worth? By Loy Williams
04 Pen Points: Life Has No Vacation By Milo L. Arnold
05 Christ And Crisis By Charles Malik
07 Putting Life Together By John M. Drescher
08 Gospel for an A-Go-Go Age By Bill Fisher
10 God Can Speak My Language By Elden Rawlings
13 Why Go To Church? By Leslie Parrott
14 Space Age Christians By Col. Thane Minor
16 The Story of the Church of the Nazarene By Mendell Taylor
18 Editorial By W.T. Purkiser

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Complete magazine