Religion: Princeton Secession

The winds of liberalism in the Presbyterian Church last week met gusty resistance. When the Presbyterian General Assembly recently vested control of Princeton Theological Seminary in a single body (instead of dual control by trustees and directors) it virtually assured the ascendance of Modernism in the oldest, richest Presbyterian seminary in the U. S. (TIME, June 3 et seq.'). Greatly distressed were potent Fundamentalists, who have long fought to keep Princeton one of the few remaining strongholds of ancient evangelical doctrine. Last week the Princeton Fundamentalists met in Philadelphia, made plans...

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