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  • Staff - we see the posts of Director of Research and Research Fellowship as key both to our publishing output and to our influence among academic circles.
  • Publications - although each publication is priced to cover at least its printing costs, we like to be able to offer some copies at heavily discounted prices to selected establishments which would not otherwise be able to afford them.  In addition we would like to do more translation work, getting sound material into the hands of the church world-wide.
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