Religion: Light at B.U.

It was a big day for Methodist Boston University. To celebrate the dedication of its new $2,000,000 School of Theology and its $1,000,000 chapel, the ninth largest university in the U.S. last week held a two-day "MidCentury Institute on Religion in a World of Tensions." On hand to make addresses and receive honorary degrees were eleven big names in assorted walks of life, ranging from United Auto Workers' President Walter P. Reuther, who got an LL.D., to Professor Georges Florovsky of St. Vladimir's Orthodox

Theological Seminary in Manhattan, who was awarded an...

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