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The culture of Bethel is one that encourages students to try new things and to think critically.
Sarah Unruh ’12

1960s

1969

Alvin Beachy, James Juhnke, William Keeney, and Cornelius Krahn, Bethel College
Reformation and Revolution

1968

Paul Peachey, Catholic University of America
Power, Impotence, and Nonviolence

1967

Ed G. Kaufman, Bethel College
Great Christian Doctrines
God Our Father
The Universe, God's Handiwork (mp3 audio)
Man, the Crown and Shame of Creation (mp3 audio)
Jesus Christ, Savior and Lord (mp3 audio)
The Holy Spirit, Our Comforter (mp3 audio)
The Church, the Body of Christ
The Bible, the Redemption Story
The Christian Life Today

1966

J. P. Jacobszoon and Robert Friedman, Haarlem, Netherlands, and Kalamazoo, Michigan
Anabaptism as Existential Christianity

1965

Roland H. Bainton, Yale Divinity School
Erasmus and the Reformation

1964

William Klassen, Henry Poettcker, and Walter Klaassen: Elkhart, Indiana; Winnipeg, Manitoba; and Waterloo, Ontario
Anabaptist Interpretation of the Scriptures

1963

Theodore O. Wedel, Union Theological Seminary, New York
An Ecumenical View of the Mennonite Tradition

1962-1963

James H. Nichols, Princeton Theological Seminary)
An Outline History of Christian Discipline

1961

H. W. Meihuize, Mennonite Church, The Hauge, Netherlands
Menno Simons and the Truth

1960

Elton Trueblood, Earlham College
The Fellowship of the Concerned