Religion: Presbyterian Peace

People are prone to think of the Presbyterian Church (North) as riven from top to bottom by five insuperable points of theology into the two parties, Modernist and Fundamentalist. That this is no longer so was demonstrated last week at the 138th annual meeting of the General Assembly, in a Baltimore theatre (the Lyric). Of politics the Presbyterians have plenty, and of late years their Assemblies have assumed the aspect of embattled conventions. But the political alignments and the issues in last week's election of a Moderator,...

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