Religion: A Single, Pointed Power

A grand old man among U.S. missionaries is a rugged Methodist preacher named Eli Stanley Jones. Baltimore-born Missionary Jones went to India in 1907, and his 35 busy years there made him one of India's best known and most respected Americans. His preaching has converted many a Hindu and Moslem to Christianity; his 14 books (best known: The Christ of the Indian Road) have quickened the faith of Christians all over the world. For a decade, he has been working for unity among Protestantism's 256 U.S. denominations.

Last week Dr. Jones, 63, wound up a labor of love that would have staggered...

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