Religion: Geo-Theological Year?

Instead of following the parade of assorted groups demanding an end to atomic-weapons tests, the 250-member General Board, policymaking body of the Protestant National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A., called upon the U.S. Government last week to launch an information program that would enable U.S. citizens to make up their own minds. "There is grave apprehension," said a board statement, "that the Government has made decisions . . . without due regard for the necessity of public understanding." In a nine-point program on the control of space and armaments, the board warned that "the risks of revealing...

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