Religion: Revival in England

The room might have been any big-city political headquarters. On the wall hung a map bristling with red, blue and yellow pins. In one corner stood a Mimeograph. Pamphlets, posters and handbills littered the floor and tables, and two purposeful young women pounded energetically on typewriters. But the bald, cheerful man who presided over this well-ordered confusion last week wore a clerical collar. From his command post in an old brownstone mansion near London's Victoria Station, the Rev. Frank Cecil Tyler was directing the "Mission to London"—the biggest evangelical drive the Church of...

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