Religion: Presbyterians

Dr. Stone. The hero of a psychological novel is the man whose reactions are most important. In this sense, John Timothy Stone, leading churchman of Chicago, was a hero.

Last week Dr. Stone went to Grand Rapids (furniture town in Michigan) as a commissioner to the annual

Presbyterian Assembly. Himself an ex-Moderator (1913-14), he found the delegates tremendously excited about the election of a Moderator— Chair man and chief executive of the Church. Among the candidates was Clarence Edward Macartney, 44, of Philadelphia, a bitter-ender, a die hard, a Fundamentalist. Dr. Stone was...

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