It is a modern paradox that the electronic revolution has not, as some predicted, heralded the 'paperless society'. It has only served to make books more popular. The permanency, portability and physical companionship of books will never be replaced by floppy disks and CD-ROMs.
Nowhere is this more evident than in the work of the Evangelical Library. Now more than 50 years old, the Library is in central London at 78a Chiltern Street, a couple of minutes' walk away from Baker Street tube station.
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