Religion: College Consultants

The Jews, Catholics and Protestants who compose The National Council on Religion in Higher Education, under the presidency of Harvard's Theology Dean Willard Learoyd Sperry, last week offered U. S. and Canadian colleges a new, free service—advice on social sciences, chapel, student counseling and any other matter which may have a religious aspect.

The late Professor Charles Foster Kent of Yale, a good man, organized the Council eight years ago. Its purpose has been "to cooperate ... in giving students, particularly undergraduate students, a scholarly and sympathetic interpretation of religion, chiefly through...

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