Religion: Interventionist Church

The Episcopal Church, through 30 representative leaders, ranged itself foursquare against the isolationists last week and came out for "every step necessary" for "the complete defeat" of an un-Christian Naziism which is "seeking to dominate the entire world."

This stand was unanimously taken by six members of a commission appointed by the last General Convention to study the church's position on world affairs and by 24 other prominent Episcopalians appointed as advisers to the commission by Presiding Bishop Henry St. George Tucker, who was himself a member of the group. Among the signers were nine bishops, a dozen ministers, such top-flight laymen...

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