Religion: Fosdick

Requested by the authorities of the First Presbyterian Church, Manhattan, not to abandon them utterly but to continue to preach there when he could (TIME, Nov. 3), Dr. Fosdick replied by letter:

". . . In considering your new proposal ... I must insist that a date be set when my relationships with the church, even as casual supply, shall come to an end. For the sake of definiteness, I name the end of March, 1925. . . ."

Meanwhile, an effort is afoot to have the Presbyterian Church at its next General Assembly legalize...

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