Religion: In Pittsburgh

A sermon was delivered last week which cut across the entire religious geography of the U. S. It pricked consciences, awoke indignation, inspired enthusiasm, and was-fortunately or unfortunately—disturbing.

The Pulpit was the plain rostrum of the Smithfield Street M. E. Church of Pittsburgh, where the M. E. Council of Cities was in session.

The Preacher was Warren S. Stone, a layman of the Congregational Church, famed President of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers.†

The Sermon had for its text the fact that Jesus of Nazareth was a poor man, a carpenter,...

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