From two church magazines U.S. Protestants learned last week how bad their religious broadcasts are.
Assailing "the childlike radio broadcast of the average Protestant group," the United States Baptist editorialized that "the Protestant message and program is gradually becoming a sort of laughing matter in this country. It is surprising that radio stations continue to accept most of the programs offeredeven for pay. Baptists are no exception."
The Chicago Theological Seminary Register amply documented this accusation with a fact-crammed survey of religion on the radio, based on Chicago's 16 commercial stations. Highlights: