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The Winter 1976 edition of Taylor Magazine, published by Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.

Volume

12

Issue

3

Publication Date

Winter 1976

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland

Keywords

missionaries, births, weddings, deaths, Taylor University, Alumni, confrontation, conflict, love, relationships, community, church, personal responsibility, The Celebration, concerts, singers, events, traveling, Greg Ellis, adult students, disabilities, accidents, golf cart, Wengatz Hall, life after death, eternal life, death, birth, women’s sports, women’s athletics, Trojans, sports, athletics, Trojanes intercollegiate sports, communication, Bible, Christianity, honors, awards, retirement, Elsa Olson Buckner, Curtis Carter, Peggy (Ulmer) Marquard, struggles, faith, gospel, joy, Christian community, Christian College, Milo A. Rediger, trips, retreats, services, giving, donations

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

Notes

Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

In this Issue:

Caring Enough to Confront by The Reverend William Hill, Director of Student Ministries

The Celebration (Traveling Concert ad)

Courage on a Golf Cart

Is There Life After Life? by Jay Kesler ’58 from Campus Life Magazine Used by permission

The Lady Learns a Lesson

Ten Plagues or a Soft Voice by Dr. Elmer Nussbaum, Professor of Physics and Director of Research and Special Training

Alumni In The News

Class Agents Strength Alumni Program

My Spiritual Struggle by Elizabeth Waldrop, sophomore

Announcements

Should I Plan My Estate? (Giving ad)

Taylor University Magazine (Winter 1976)

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