Religion: Council of Copenhagen

Two of Scandinavia's kings sent greetings last week to Copenhagen. The third, tall King Christian of Denmark, was there in person. From such far countries as India, the U. S. and Japan came delegates. Archbishops were there and Presidents of Councils and many a layman, as the cause and future of Lutheranism were bared to solemn discourse at that great sect's second world conference.

The discourse centred on two main Lutheran desires: 1) World unity among Lutherans; 2) A revival and fostering of the spirit of Martin...

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