In this discourse we are using the word "challenge" in its origin al meaning. It is derived from the Latin "calumnia," meaning to defy, to falsely accuse, to deny, and contest. Serious challenges are being hurled at the defenders of the morals of the Christian faith, the faith once for all delivered to the saints and faithfully recorded in the New Testament, the only book on Christian ethics which has the divine imprimatur of our heavenly Father. Carl Spain's sermon at the 1960 ACU Lectures, in which he calls out Christian universities' (including ACU's) whites-only admission policy.
Spain, Carl, "Modern Challenges to Christian Morals" (1960). Lectureship and Summit Audio Collection. 5199.
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