Education: Union?

A month ago (TIME, Oct. 29) the Congregationalists proposed a union with the Presbyterians. Last week the Presbyterians received the proposal cordially. But there are difficulties. The Presbyterian Church is a national organization. It has a creed. The center of Congregational life is the local church, and there is no one creed for all Congregational churches. Dr. J. Ross Stevenson, President of the theological seminary at Princeton, N. J., is chairman of a committee whose business it is to discover whether union can be effected without loss to Presbyterian creed or Presbyterian organization....

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