The Press: Christian Daily

A score of years ago religious people turned to their church weeklies for interpretation of current news, for leadership in opinion. Church weeklies are still abundant; their aggregate circulation great. But their influence is gone; a fact of which the Evangelical Churches have become acutely aware in their fight against liquor. As far back as 1928 the Methodist Episcopal General Conference of Kansas City recognized by official resolution the need for a national newspaper of church goers. Again, three months ago, youthful Stanley Hoflund High, Methodist editor of the nondenominational Christian Herald, was...

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