Religion: Godless Government

The Congressional battle royal over Henry Wallace almost drowned out the scuffle over the appointment of long, lanky Aubrey Williams as Rural Electrification Administrator. But last week the scuffle was still going on: it had shifted from politics to religion. In a telegram to Tennessee's Senator McKellar (a Presbyterian), the Rev. Joseph Broady (a Presbyterian) of Findlay, Ohio charged that Williams was "utterly unworthy for any Government position" because he had "renounced the Divinity of Christ." (This apparently referred to the fact that after being helped through college by the Presbyterian Church, Williams...

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