Religion: United Baptists

The two brothers were estranged, cinema-wise, over Slavery. Last week, 87 years having passed, they were reunited. In Washington, D. C., on the same platform, stood President Mattison Boyd Jones of the Northern Baptist Convention and President William Joseph McGlothlin of the Southern Baptist Convention. With the kindly approval of 24,000 Baptist churches in the South, 8,000 in the North, they had made a joint speaking tour of Cincinnati, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Buffalo, Rochester, Boston, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh. Never, all agreed, had the two...

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