David W. Augsburger

David W. Augsburger is a Mennonite minister, a professor in pastoral counseling, and an author of Christian nonfiction much which focuses on hatred, violence, prejudice, and forgiveness.

Information gathered from Herald of Holiness - September 10, 1975 and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Augsburger

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Language: English

Herald of Holiness - September 10, 1975

John A. Knight
Orville Jenkins
David W. Augsburger
Wayne E. Duncan
Ross Hayslip
C. Neil Strait
Howard H. (Howard Harley) Hamlin
George Smith
J. Grant, Jr. Swank
Charlotte M. Patterson
Alexander B. Patterson
C. William Fisher
A hand holding bread and win, a church, a vignette of a lamp, globe and diploma, sun through a church window, a camp meeting.
Good News for Troubled Times Photos provided by Camerique, Vernon Scharer, Fred Sieb, and Crandall Vail

02 Fulfilled Living by General Superintendent Orville W. Jenkins
04 Good News for Troubled Times by John A. Knight
05 What's Good in Your Good News? by David Augsburger
06 Without God by Wayne E. Duncan
07 The Rarest of Books by Ross W. Hayslip
08 Satisfaction Not Guaranteed by C. Neil Strait
09 God's Blast Lamp by Howard H. Hamlin, M.D.
11 The Whole Gospel for the Whole World by the Editorial Staff
15 Religion: Is It Good or Bad? by George L. Smith
16 How Can I Be Saved? by J. Grant Swank, Jr.

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