Religion: Primate on Profit

The new Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. William Temple, does not let grass grow under his feet. His very first speech after his enthronement was a call to a unified Christendom ("The world has been much more conscious of the Church's divisions than of its unity in the fundamental principles of the Gospel. This is our fault and we ought to be bitterly ashamed of it."); a ringing redefinition of democracy ("The test of democracy is not whether the majority prevails but whether the minority is tolerated."); and a plea for social reform, culminating in...

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