Religion: Lost Leader

A tuberculous, half-blind Japanese who used to be a Manhattan butler is not only Japan's greatest Christian but one revered all over the Christian world. He is Toyohiko Kagawa, founder of a Kingdom of God movement which was to Christianize 1,000,000 Japanese by this year and bring Japan's Christian churches together in a powerful campaign for social justice. Last week U. S. churchmen were discussing reports from Japan that the Kingdom of God is functioning none too well, that its leader has left it.

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