Religion: Mott on Missions

Greatest U. S. Protestant layman is Dr. John Raleigh Mott. For more than 50 years Dr. Mott, a serene-faced man of disciplined energy, has traveled the world for the Y. M. C. A. and the International Missionary Council. The I. M. C., coordinator of Protestant foreign missions, re-elected Dr. Mott its chairman at its meeting in Madras last winter. Dr. Mott, now 74, requested that his term be limited to three years. Last week he addressed the Foreign Missions Conference of North America at Swarthmore College.

The Madras conference—whose findings the Swarthmore meeting met to ponder—reported that at no time during the...

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