Religion: Words & Works

¶When a 67-year-old Manhattan social organization called the Church Club turned down the membership application of Negro Justice Hubert T. Delany, the Right Rev. Horace W. B. Donegan, Episcopal Bishop of New York, chided its members, reminded them that there is no room for race prejudice in Christianity, and urged them to "reflect on the church's teaching that all men are equal before God."

¶Southern Baptists will devote this week to their third annual Jewish Fellowship, during which church members will make a point of calling upon Jewish families in their communities and inviting them to special services in Baptist churches. "We...

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