Religion: Old Issue

Fundamentalism v. Modernism is the oldest of church issues. It reappears annually in the U. S. when the Protestant sects hold conventions. Lately, and especially last week, this great fissure within the sects has been dwarfed in churchmen's minds by the larger idea of uniting the sects themselves. But last week there were two typical survivals of Fundamentalism v. Modernism, and a notable comment thereanent:

World Divided. Convening in Minneapolis, the World's Christian Fundamentals Association declared that in ten years the Christian World will be divided between Roman Catholics, Modernists and Fundamentalists. Other divisions of Christianity would "largely perish from the earth.''


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