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.29, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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20. 1928 TH IHGA AL

SCHROEDER TALKS; ON
SEARCH FOR RELIGION
Says That Tan Finally Is Wrecked
On Rteef Which He Hias Known
All 'His Life

SPEAKS

AT CONVOCATION

"Religion, to the race in general,
has always been an adventure of the
mind," said Rev. John Schroeder in
his address on "The Quest for Re-
ligion," 'at the Student Convocation
S'unday morning. "But after all of
the searching and fthe' questing over
the world, man finally comes to
wreck upon it reef which he has
knmown and evaded all his life."
Reverend Schroeder developed, in
general, the relative places of science
;and religion in the world. In this
analysis hie developed the point that,
.although we may'think that we know
reality by the quantitative method of
weighing and 'measuring and sticking
:closely to what we' call the facts, this,
precedure will never give us the real
t ruth of existence and the real' se-,
cret of man's being.
"'By our science," he said, "we have
coni, to know the world and to un-'
derstand the 'relations of things to
'each other in the world. In is fbr
this reason that the qAn no longer
believe literally, the stories of the
miracles, because we know now the
laws of the dissolution of matter and
the specific gravity of iron. But this
- quantitative 'theory does not go far
enough. And it is religion that
conmes into our lives with the quan-
titative 'element and gives us a sense
of values."
In the further development of his
idea, Reverend Schroeder turned to
the idea that of the' two main ele-
mients in our life, the ethical and the
scientific, there is yet a division, and
. that religion and ethics are not the
same.

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Map, above, shows the Santa Clara
valley district in California, which
was inundated by water~ from the
broken dam.
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Lectures by Prof. P. M. Jack, head
of the rhetoric department and, Dr.
Aldred S. Warthin, professor of path-
ology, to be given tonight will comn-
Prise the third program of talk's on
the ,series of 10 being given by the In-
stitute of Religious Education. Prof.
Jack will speak on "Religon and Con-
temporary Prose," and "The Religion
[of a Biologist" will be Dr. Warthin's'
topic.
These talks, which will be given at
7 o'clock in the Upper Room of Lane
hall, are under the direct leadership of
Thomas M. Iden and the Student
Christian association. They are free
and open to the public.
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Envelopes, 41c
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