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About The Presbyterian Journal

Like many denominational journals, Presbyterian Journal published some coverage of the emerging Jesus movement, especially around 1971.

While magazines such as Christianity Today covered the movement with the excellent reporting on developments as they happened (see Edward E. Plowman in this case), Presbyterian Journal's coverage went a step beyond that.

Their 19 May 1971 issue took the unusual step of reprinting material from the many underground papers of the movement. This unique coverage gave their readers a much closer look at the counter-culture attitudes of Jack Sparks, Right On! and contemporaries.

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First issue: 1942
Final issue: 1987

Publisher: Southern Presbyterian Journal Co. (Weaverville, NC)
OCLC: 2620822
LCCN: 47027991
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