Religion: Applications Taken Here

¶ A technical sergeant wrote: "I have been a department store buyer; will the ministry, in which I am now strongly interested, pay me enough?"

¶ A Navy cadet wanted help: "The atomic bomb has made me do some fast, serious thinking. What shall I do when the war ends?"

¶ A captain in Georgia wrote: "My wife being a staunch Southern Baptist and I a Presbyterian . . . can we get into religious work which involves no denomination at all?"

More than 3,000 servicemen have said they hoped to become Protestant ministers. To guide them, the Federal Council of...

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