Religion: New Things at Uppsala


New Things at Uppsala

"A crisis of faith has overtaken the churches more rigorous, perhaps, than was ever true before. Structures of church life and congregational worship are under serious questioning. The Bible has increasingly ceased to be a book to be listened to. It is asked whether even Jesus points beyond man to God. And yet, just because this is the situation, God's promise to make new must become explosive in our midst."

With that charge, delivered by the Rev. D. T. Niles, president of the Methodist Church of...

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