Religion: Christian Responsibility

The Congregational Christian Churches girded up their loins and prepared to take a hand in U.S. politics. Their Council for Social Action called on the Churches' 4,000 ministers last week to take the church into politics, preach politics from the pulpit.

The Council's educational campaign to update congregations on the relationship of organized religion to the conduct of the State had already begun. Its first step: a booklet, Why Is Political Action a Christian Concern?, which will be sent to all parsons. It is designed as a textbook for preaching on such "Christian...

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