Religion: Craig Ousted

To every good and enlightened Presbyterian the name Princeton signifies dissension. Reason: last spring the famed Princeton (N. J.) Theological Seminary, rich in lawns, leafage and endowment, long dedicated to old evangelical doctrine, underwent changes in control which guaranteed that its attitude and influence would hereafter be Modernistic. Famed conservative members of its faculty—John Gresham Machen, Robert Dick Wilson, Oswald Thompson Allis—later resigned and were instrumental in founding in Philadelphia the Westminster Seminary, where the abandoned Fundamentalist ideals of Princeton are now cherished (TIME, June 3 et seq.).

This rift, symbolic of that which is discernible throughout the Protestant church, had, another...

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