Religion: Light Of The World

Manhattan's Union Theological Seminary is full of brilliant minds. One of them is Dr. James Moffatt, tall, thin, shy, 60-year-old Scot. Officially retired, Dr. Moffatt still teaches a course in church history. A scholar of many interests, he has written as many as five books a year; his specialty is the Bible. The Moffatt Translation, like the recent Goodspeed-Smith "American" Bible, is much more colloquial than the Revised Version of 1901, now being re-revised by a committee Under Dr. Moffatt. Last week this Presbyterian pundit had a new job: program consultant...

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