Medicine: Non-Alcoholic

Firmly do U. S. churchmen, Jewish leaders above all, cling to a privilege accorded them under the 18th amendment: the use of authentic, alcoholic wine for their sacraments. On the Continent wines are cheap, their sale unrestricted, their use in churches unchallenged. But in Scotland, home of many a fine whiskey, there are no indigenous wines and' a stiff duty is added to the cost of those imported. The Church of Scotland at its General Assembly last week passed a resolution advocating the use of nonalcoholic wines in Holy Communion.


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