Religion: The Vineyard, Mar. 1, 1948

Last week these doings in religion's name made news:

In Manhattan, Presbyterians, Methodists, Baptists and Congregationalists announced that they hope to unite in setting up a "Protestant Center" to house their separate national headquarters. In New York's state legislature a bill was introduced to provide legal machinery for a solution to the ecclesiastical housing problem, but approval of final plans by the churches is likely to take five to ten years.

In Atlantic City, N.J., the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Northern) disclosed that 12,000 new members had been added to its rolls during the last five months. These are the first fruits...

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