Protestants: Switch at Century

The Christian Century, which used to take pride in being "An Undenominational Weekly" and now takes equal pride in being "An Ecumenical Weekly," will soon have a new editor. Stepping down is scholarly Harold E. Fey (rhymes with sky), 65, whose zesty crusades and courageous sacred-cow punching have made Chicago-published Century a well-read and well-heeded organ of Christian unity since he succeeded the late Paul Hutchinson in 1956. Fey says, tongue in cheek: "Our editors retire at 65 because Dr. Hutch inson did. I believe he was right. Old men often get irresponsible because they know they will not...

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