The Hemisphere: New Face

On a lecture circuit through four Ontario cities last week, two ministers of religion preached a confusing creed. They spoke soothingly of peace, but hinted darkly of the power of Russian atom bombs. They professed faith in God, then praised the ways of Soviet Communism. One of them, the Very Rev. Hewlett Johnson, the Church of England's "Red Dean" of Canterbury, was an old hand at following the twists & turns of the Communist line. The other was a comparative stranger. He was a Toronto doctor of divinity, James Endicott, 52, a United...

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