The Methodist Quadrennial Conference (TIME, May 19) continued.
Divorce. Federal Judge Henry Wade Rogers brought to the Methodists a report sustaining the strictest interpretation of Methodist divorce laws. His report was adopted.
No Methodist, either minister or layman, may marry a divorce or divorcee, except: 1) When the divorced person was the injured party in case of adultery; 2) When the divorced person's first mate is dead.
It is further affirmed that the grounds of divorce shall be considered only as those given in the civil suit. Thus, a Methodist...