Religion: Muste to Temple

U. S. Presbyterians are less famed for radical zeal than Methodists or Congregationalists. Last week conservative members of the presbytery of New York, which 25 years ago founded and still pays most of the expenses of Labor Temple in seething 14th Street, learned with consternation that they now were identified with a lean, Netherlands-born preacher who only lately had ceased believing in revolution by violence. Labor Temple, meeting place for workers of all faiths, had chosen Rev. Abraham J. Muste to be its director, succeeding the late Rev. Edmund Bigelow Chaffee (TIME, Sept....

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