Religion: Again, a New Creed

Since 1562 the 39 Articles of the English Book of Common Prayer have stood, not unassailed, yet unchanged; and before their establishment the Nicene Creed; and before that the Creed of the Apostles. They have the .patina of old authority. Have they the beauty of present utility? More often and more widely the question in present times is being asked and variously answered by Protestant Episcopalians.

Last week Dr. Karl Reiland, 55, learned, attempted an answer by reading, during a vesper service at his St. George's Protestant Episcopal Church in Manhattan, a new creed which he would like to see accepted :


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