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“What should we do then?” This was the urgent question of the people after hearing the penetrative message of the prophet John the Baptist (Luke 3). The same question was inevitable after hearing all the preceding papers and discussions that treated our situation as Christians in our time from different angles. A final plenary session with the 160 participants out of 25 different nations was held to address, summarize and connect the most important issues brought up during the conference. A panel prepared and presented an outline for this final session. Panel members were: conference chairman Henk Geertsema (The Netherlands), Bob Goudzwaard (The Netherlands), Elsa de Powell (Argentina) and Bong Ho Son (Korea). Their outline consisted of two main points: 1. Analysis and understanding, and 2. Calling and perspective. Both points were subdivided in three aspects. Henk Geertsema chaired this final session. Not a full transcription but an impression is provided here of the presentation of the six points by the panel as well as the subsequent discussion.


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