RELIGION: Editorial

In the March American Lutheran: "When the pastor sits in the Sanctuary during the course of the service he ought to behave in a seemly manner. Lounging, leg-crossing, nose-picking, yawning should be postponed to the hours of relaxation in the parsonage. Most of our pastors are robed, and while they are thus solemnly attired personal mannerisms should be completely under control. Their sanctuary habits should be impeccable."


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