The Shinnery Review, Volume 56, 1997 Page: 2
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The Shinnery Review offers all students of
Abilene Christian iAniversity a venue for self-
expression in the literary and graphic arts.
As the student body of this university is varied, so the
voices and visions selected for this year's issue are
varied. Many of the editors' selections, naturally and
appropriately, are embodiments of Christian
devotion and conviction. 9n keeping with a centuries-
old tradition, writers and artists have utilized their
gifts to communicate in fresh form the ancient beliefs
that are central to this institution's existence.
However, not all students on our campus are
committed to Christ, nor have all followers of esus
within the university arrived at uniformity of faith or
identical levels of maturity. As a result, some of the
works in this issue raise questions-even
challenges-concerning Christian beliefs. Other
works represent non-traditional explorations of the
ciaith, guided by a believing heart but spurred by an
The Shinnery g eview, in other words, each year
airs a dialogue that should ancd must take place in a
Christian institution dedicated to the pursuit of truth.
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