Wallis

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Arthur Wallis (Bible Teacher)
... Arthur Wallis (1922–1988) itinerant Bible teacher and author ... Through his teaching and writing, most notably his book The Radical Christian (1981), Wallis gained the reputation of ‘architect’ of that expression of UK evangelicalism initially dubbed ‘the ...
All Through The Night (film) - Production
... Producer Hal Wallis made All Through the Night as a "companion piece" to his earlier anti-Nazi melodrama, Underground, despite the poor box office of the prior film ... When Winchell could not get the time off to make the film, Wallis offered it to George Raft, and then, when Raft turned it down, to Bogart ... invented by director Sherman, who filmed it despite the objections of producer Wallis ...
Sojourners Magazine - Recent Work - Responding To The Global Economic Crisis
... Sojourners CEO Wallis spoke at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in a primetime plenary session titled “Rethinking Values in the Post-Crisis World.” Wallis is currently the ... Wallis’ latest book, published in January 2010, is “Rediscovering Values On Wall Street, Main Street and Your Street.” As part of his nationwide ... The Jon Stewart interview and the first chapter of Wallis’ book, “Sunday School with Jon Stewart,” are on Sojourners’ website ...
Little Nellie 007
... Ken Wallis ... shoots for the film and also a brief history of aviation legend, Ken Wallis himself ... Halpenny and Wallis are friends and both ex-Royal Air Force ...

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