Religion: Blatant

The attraction of the sins of Manhattan for ministers of the Gospel from the hinterland is periodically demonstrated, and never more clearly than last week when the Chairman of the Sabbath Crusade Committee of the Tennessee Synod of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, opened his mouth in the Bible House, Manhattan :

"Churchmen who condone Sabbath-breaking are as wicked in God's sight as bootleggers, robbers, bank breakers, adulterers, drunkards and liars' whom they condemn. . . .

"Anybody who buys a Sunday newspaper is helping the devil to ruin America.

"God's word is my...

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