Religion: Outstanding

Recently the General Secretary of the World Council of Churches, Dr. W. A. Visser 't Hooft, went into the Russian zone of Germany, and there found "certain hopeful signs" that men and women might be allowed to worship God after their own fashion and according to His law.

In a certain town, people had been made to work on their farms on the Sabbath day, and thus had been unable to attend church. When their pastor protested to the local commandant that good Christians were required to observe the Sabbath according to the Ten Commandments, the Russian officer asked what these might...

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