Religion: Christians & World Order

To survey the world crisis and chart a realistic Christian course of action, 400 delegates representing more than 35 million U.S. Protestants met in Cleveland this week, under the auspices of the Federal Council of Churches. This conference on "The Churches and World Order" was the third such church discussion of inter national affairs to be sponsored by the Federal Council. The first, in 1942 at Delaware, Ohio, produced the famed "Six Pillars of Peace," which stressed the need for a postwar world organization. The second, at Cleveland in 1945, prophesied against the moral nihilism...

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