Religion: World Council at Work

We commit ourselves to Thee . . . confident that Thou are working more wisely and more powerfully among us than we understand.

So prayed 131 delegates, consultants and guests of the World Council of Churches' Central Committee at the close of its annual meeting in New Haven, Conn. During the nine-day meeting, the committee:

> Approved a controversial statement (TIME, Aug. 12) urging that nations testing nuclear weapons stop such tests for a trial period, even lacking international agreements, in hopes that other governments might follow their example.

> Decided not to accuse...

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