Religion: I Believe . . .

Does it matter very much what a man believes? As long as he lives charitably by the Golden Rule, helps to feed the hungry and clothe the naked, what's the difference whether he believes in the Incarnation, the Resurrection—or even in a personal God? To many a good "liberal" who calls himself a Christian, such articles of faith matter very little.

To Christians who take their creed seriously, they matter a great deal. Last week, the Most Rev. Dr. Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Archbishop of Canterbury, made that point clear. Before the solemn Convocation of...

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