Religion: Cocktails & Kingdom

Protestant Episcopal Bishop Philip Cook of Delaware, 55, has lived and worked in the sprightly city of Wilmington since 1920. He was born in Missouri on the 4th of July, schooled in Connecticut (Trinity College), has been a missionary on the Dakota plains, a vicar in Manhattan, a rector in San Antonio, Tex., a Y. M. C. A. secretary in France. Last week he preached a lenten sermon at St. Stephen's Church at loth and Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia. Excerpt:

"Many of us would be astonished if we knew how many surgeons, lawyers, actors...

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