Religion: United Lutherans

A gloomy inventory of sin and sorrow awaited the attention of the United Lutheran Church in America as it met last week in Philadelphia for its eighth biennial convention. The Church, said its Committee on Moral & Social Welfare, should address itself to the following conditions: "racketeering, gambling, exploitations, bribery, profanity, dissipation, diseases, suicide, sex laxity, lawlessness; organized agencies within society which have in large sections been perverted; infidelity between husbands and wives, disloyalty between parents and children, undisciplined temperaments; racial prejudices: jealousies, greed, grudges between nationalities; the wrong attitude of...

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