Religion: Grave Scandal

Last week the staid old Church of England buzzed over the exciting possibility of its first Episcopal trial in 46 years.* Under fire from the Church's Anglo-Catholic wing was Rt. Rev. Albert Augustus David, Lord Bishop of Liverpool, a lean, wavy-haired divine whose fame as a low-churchman is exceeded in England only by that of lean little Dr. Ernest William Barnes, Lord Bishop of Birmingham. Before he became Bishop Dr. David was for twelve years headmaster of Rugby School. Bishop David has not only startled Anglicans by leading his congregation in vigorous hymn-singing...

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