A model for ministry in the institutional process

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English 
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1976 
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Three convictions have influenced my choice of this demonstration project: one, that not only has present-day improvement of techniques and material conditions outdistanced our understanding of “the human” individual and his work, but in a changing, pluralist society one can no longer assume that aims and values will take care of themselves; two, that if the dignity of persons is to be sustained against the array of depersonalizing forces in today’s society, it is essential that belief in the document of democracy, be more than a sentimental posture inherited from ·a humanistic tradition no longer sure of its sources, but grounded in deep convictions resting on a framework of ideas that command the assent and jurisdiction of thoughtful, fair and just persons; and three, that translation of the God given right, human proprieties and democratic consensus become practicum. 
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