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Christian Plea, January - December 1950 (Volume 41 [sic], Numbers 12 - 23)
The July issue (pages, 1, 3) has the first mention of plans to purchase a home near Butler University for African American students.
B. T. Hunt is elected President of the National Convention, replacing R. H. Davis, pastor of the Indiana Church, Chicago, Illinois. (September issue, page 1.)
An unsubscribed article on the Preacher Shortage notes that the closing of Louisville Christian Bible School, with its emphasis on the enlistment and training of preachers, has contributed to the shortage. (December issue, pages 2, 3.)
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Lloyd Lincoln Dickerson, D. W. Heath, African American Periodicals, National Christian Missionary Convention of the Disciples of Christ, Stone-Campbell Movement Periodicals, Christian Plea, Blair Theodore Hunt, Jr., Richard H. Davis
Dickerson, Lloyd L. and Heath, D. W., "Christian Plea, January - December 1950 (Volume 41 [sic], Numbers 12 - 23)" (1950). Christian Plea. 33.