Religion: Methodists Kneel

seem abhorrently high church to many Methodists, especially to Kneeling, bowing and chanting mightseem abhorrently high church to many Methodists, especially to evangelical laymen. But last week Methodists were obliged to learn something about such ritual. After several years of study the Commission on Worship & Music of the Methodist Episcopal Church adopted & issued a revised order of worship, as authorized by the 1928 General Conference and approved by a considerable body of the clergy.

There are two orders of worship. The second differs mainly in length from the first, which goes...

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