Religion: Revival at Yale?

"German guns are silenced, but the spiritual battle is not yet won."

Thus, with a reminder that Hitler was one of the first modern men to grasp the significance of the decay of Christian faith, the Yale University Christian Association last week asked alumni to give their moral and financial support to a postwar religious program just recommended by a faculty committee of eleven.*

The Yale committeemen declared that a university which fails to promote a vigorous religious life among its students is shirking one of its major responsibilities. The committee proposed that Yale's Department of Religion, which now offers only four courses,...

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