Religion: Presbyterians and Unity

Like a business merger, a church merger requires the tactful employment of special techniques. Last week in Philadelphia, at its 150th annual General Assembly, the Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A heartened hopers for church unity by its mastery of both tact and tactics. Ever since the Civil War this church has remained separated from the Presbyterian Church in the U. S. (South). Last week, winding up their General Assembly in Meridian. Miss., Southern Presbyterians approved the work of their committee which is negotiating a reunion with the Northern church. And in...

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