Religion: Trends Aug. 16, 1926

The Nice Turk. Last spring P. E. Bishop Manning of New York and many another bishop became indignant with memories of the "Unspeakable Turk" and his Armenian and Greek massacres. Some $80,000,000 in missionary investments had become futile; Christianity could not be taught in Turkey. They asked Senator Borah to oppose the U. S. signing the Lausanne Treaty with Turkey. He refused (TIME, April 19).

At that time P. E. Bishop Charles Henry Brent of Western New York agreed with them. But last week, after weeks of Turkish observation (in Turkey), he bravely declared...

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