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Probing Questions for a Forward-looking People. By Paul Anderson, page 2
What are the questions Quakers need to ask as we look toward the future?
Why a New Magazine? By Dean Gregory, page 6
No Cluttered Christianity. By Jack L. Willcuts, page 6
From Vol. 1, No. 1, Dean Gregory explains the reasons for a new magazine. In 1970 Jack Willcuts became editor following the death of Dean Gregory and shared his first editorial with Evangelical Friend readers.
Reflections on EFA. By Merle A. Roe, Walter P. Lee, Gerald Dillon, page 8
Three Friends provide perspective on the Evangelical Friends Alliance by describing the way it was.
God Has an Exciting Future for Evangelical Friends. By Jack C. Rea, Maurice Roberts, page 14
What should Friends expect? How should Friends respond to new opportunities? Where will changes be taking place?
Speaking the Truth, 4
A Certain Shaft of Light, 12
Friends Write, 13
Out of the Silence, 16
What About Our Friends? 18
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Evangelical Friends Alliance, "Evangelical Friend, September 1987 (Vol. 21, No. 1)" (1987). Evangelical Friend. 220.