1959
DOI: 10.1177/026455055900900401
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Abstract: W E WERE chatting in my host's study after coffee.He was the principal of a well-known theological college and I a visiting speaker from an &dquo;outside organisa-tion&dquo;. Not surprisingly, perhaps, the conversation turned at one point on the difficulty of fitting &dquo;extras&dquo; into an already over-crowded syllabus.My host, however, was fully alive to the importance of doing so. For him a course of lectures by visiting experts on pastoral psychology was a 'sine qua non'. But that was not all. Every ye… Show more

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