Religion: Death

The Interchurch World Movement of North America has applied for Court permission to dissolve. It is dead.

The Interchurch plan encompassed the greatest vision of any religious movement in this hemisphere. It attempted two things specifically:

1) To get coöperation among Protestant denominations, involving actual amalgamation in small towns and villages which had many superfluous churches. Here was a practical attempt at church union.

2) To investigate industrial conditions and to arouse public sentiment against injustice in industry. This was a venture into a highly controversial field where many conservatives believed the Church should...

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