Religion: Colyumist

"If you sing a song, dance a bit or write a book, keep your feet on the ground. Too many of us in the ministry talk over our audiences." That was Dr. Joseph Fort Newton's thought when, three weeks ago, he began to syndicate a daily 500-word religious talk called "Everyday Religion," first feature of note since Rev. Dr. Samuel Parkes Cadman went into pious colyumny. Famed liberal preacher, now co-rector of St. James's Protestant Episcopal Church in downtown Philadelphia, Dr. Newton had been solicited by General Manager Monte Bourjaily of United...

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