Religion: A Truce

In Manhattan, the Rt. Rev. William T. Manning, target of many modernist attacks within the Protestant Episcopal Church, "called off his dogs" temporarily by enjoining all clergy of his diocese to refrain from theological controversy at the Christmas season. Both liberals and conservatives moderated the tone of their utterances or remained silent in consequence, but rumors circulated among the modernists that certain close clerical friends of Bishop Manning were violating the spirit of the truce by sending out circuar letters in an effort to repair fences and round up the Bishop's supporters for a...

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