Religion: The Faithful

Are scientists irreligious?

A valuable handbook, soon to be published, will be Who's Who in American Jewry. To the Hebrew scientists whose names will appear therein was despatched a questionnaire to determine their religious affiliations. Seven percent of the scientists had none, 4.6% mentioned none, the rest had definite religious affiliations.

Are rural communities devout?

At the Congregationalist conference in Chicago, Dr. Malcolm Dana, Director of Town & Country department of the Congregational Church Extension Board for the past ten years, made a lugubrious confession. He said: "As a result of four years study of rural conditions, we find that only one-fifth of country...

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