Religion: Presbyterians Adjourn

In cool, shady Montreal. North Carolina's mountain church-resort where one does not stay out late, the Presbyterian Church in the U. S. (Southern) concluded its annual assembly last week. Chiefly for the same reason (Birth Control) as last year, the Southern Presbyterians voted to remain outside the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America. Denounced as modernists whose teachings result in the decline of young morals were Harry Emerson Fosdick and Council Leaders Samuel Parkes Cadman and Bishop Francis John McConnell. The Montreat assembly named a committee to plan union with...

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