Religion: Plain Speaking in England

If the editor of the Christian Science Monitor retired to denounce Mary Baker Glover Eddy and all her works, the U.S. would be no more surprised than England was last week when the editor emeritus of the Empire's No. 1 religious weekly told what he really thinks of the church in Britain.

For 17 years Sidney Dark quietly edited the Church Times. He was known as an Anglo-Catholic and a mild socialist, but no one expected him to celebrate his resignation this year with a jeremiad like The Church, Impotent or Triumphant? "Now," said...

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