Religion: Noah's Ark

>Three World War I heroes—winners of the D.S.O.—were appointed to Church of England bishoprics. One of them, the new Lord Bishop of Newcastle, the Rt. Rev. Noel Baring Hudson, was a temporary brigadier general at 23—the youngest in the war. Later he was ordained, served as missionary bishop in Borneo.

>A Yiddish New Testament—the first ever printed in the U.S.—was published by the United Lutheran Church, sold out most of a first edition of 25,000 copies before publication.

>The Army announced a tabulation of religious preferences showing 59% of all U.S. soldiers are Protestants, 31%...

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