Religion: Protestant Problem^

Protestant Problem

How does a good U. S. Protestant feel about contemporary conditions in his native land? What makes him sorry? What makes him glad? Few Protestants, however wise, would feel equipped to answer these questions comprehensively. But last week a book report was published which attempts to answer them on behalf of all U. S. Protestants, some 32,000,000 in number. Called Social Work of the Churches, it is issued by the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America. Perhaps the most complete declaration ever made by organized Protestantism, it was...

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