Constructive Quarterly, The
This quarterly was published from Mar. 1913, until June 1922. Its sub-title was A Journal of the Faith, Work, and Thought of Christendom. It served as a “forum where the isolated Churches of Christendom may introduce themselves to one another.” The editor was Silas McBee (1853-1924), a close friend and former student of William Porcher DuBose. DuBose published eleven articles in the Quarterly, including “A Constructive Treatment of Christianity,” which was the lead article in the first issue of The Constructive Quarterly. See DuBose, William Porcher.
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