Religion: Lutherans in Paris

The Lutheran Church is far from strong in France, where Lutherans were the first Protestant martyrs and where, at the University of the Sorbonne, Martin Luther's writings were publicly burned in 1521. Last week the President of France received, and the Sorbonne honored with a Doctorate of Theology, a world-famed Lutheran—Dr. John Alfred Morehead. In Pans along with Dr. Morehead were the Archbishops of Finland and Sweden, the presidents of the Lutheran Church in China and Hungary, three able leaders of the Church in Germany and representatives of all but one U. S....

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