Religion: Bishops in Evanston

Fifty years ago last week at Chicago, a triennial General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church prayerfully considered and at length approved a four-point formula for Christian Unity. Adopted by a Pan-Anglican Lambeth Conference in 1900, the Lambeth Quadrilateral stands today, a noble idea like the League of Nations which may some day work. Its formulators invited all Christendom to accept: " 1) the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments as revealed Word of God; 2) the Nicene Creed as the sufficient statement of the Christian Faith; 3) the two Sacraments...

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