Religion: Fundamental Income

It is in the Presbyterian church— noted for a high degree of intellectual competency—that the chasm between fundamentalists and modernists has opened most hatefully wide.

Now it appears that this gap is reflected on the ledgers of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian church—that, in fact, there is $1,000,000 between the expenditures for foreign missions and the receipts.

This deficit is attributed to the fact that Presbyterians on the Fundamentalist side of the theological chasm are beginning to suspect that their money was being used to support the work of...

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