Oh, For a Blank Slate! by Raymond J. Brown

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Oh, For a Blank Slate!

Raymond J. Brown on the Honesty of One Heathen & the Excuses of the Lapsed

It was a rare experience for me: reading the unfiltered, indeed innocent, impressions of an honest heathen encountering Christian believers. And I rather wish that I had been a witness to the event, quiet and pedestrian though it was.

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Raymond J. Brown is Secretary of the American Lutheran Publicity Bureau, a retired U.S. Coast Guard captain, and a security consultant living in New Hampshire. He and his wife Susan, a librarian, have three grown children.

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