Religion: Union Finds a President

Few prudent men would walk lightly into a university presidency today, and the presidency of the nation's most renowned Protestant seminary is no exception. At Manhattan's Union Theological Seminary, where campus dissensions are exacerbated by increasingly divergent views on the application of the Christian Gospel, the search for a new president has lasted for more than two years. Last week Union's board finally settled on a personable, activist cleric whose chief credentials are administrative ability and courage: the Rt. Rev. J. (for John) Brooke Mosley, 54, former Episcopal Bishop of Delaware and currently...

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