In the history of the Christian Church the need for an educated clergy has generally been accepted. Augustine, Calvin, Luther, Wesley, Edwards—all were well educated. The question has been, and still is, what form the education of ministers should take and on what presuppositions it should be based. My longtime friend and colleague Carl F. H. Henry addresses these questions in this issue of CT, which is largely devoted to theological education.

Visitors numbering in the millions are expected in Washington during this Bicentennial year. A word to the wise 1976 traveler, no matter what your destination: take half as much luggage and twice as much money as you think you will need!

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