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Abortion -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

C. Everett Koop Papers

 Collection — Books
Identifier: SC-058
Scope and Contents The C. Everett Koop papers are organized into five series: Biographical, Correspondence, Manuscript Material (sub-series: Books and Lectures/Speeches), Published Material (Pamphlets), Media Material (Audio tapes) and Secondary. The bulk of the collection is found in the Book Manuscripts. The manuscripts include typescripts and galleys for four of Koop's books: Let's Talk, The Right to Live; The Right to Die, Sometimes Mountains Move and Koop. The remaining series contain a few folders or items...

Malcolm Muggeridge Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-004
Scope and Contents The collection of papers traces the pilgrimage of this individual from his roots in socialism through his long search for meaning in life, until he finally embraced Christianity. Throughout his life he took a strong stand on various issues of ethics in government, sanctity of life and moral conduct. He prophesied concerning the woes due a civilization that would not take heed to the decay he described.The collection includes correspondence, manuscripts by Malcolm, over 940...

Office of the President Records (A. Duane Litfin)

 Collection — Item 1
Identifier: RG-02-007
Scope and Contents Records of the President Duane Litfin include subject files, correspondence, speeches, budget and committee materials.

Office of the President Records (J. Richard Chase)

 Collection
Identifier: RG-02-006
Scope and Contents The records document the presidency of J. Richard Chase, sixth president of Wheaton College.

Sojourners Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-023
Scope and Contents The Sojourners Collection contains the archival papers of the Christian social concern and community group known by that name.  Sojourners traces its origin to a group of seven students at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, (see Jim Wallis) who called for a new and rigorous application of Biblical ethics to American Culture.  Believing that the church was losing the current generation, they...