WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1957
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Prof. Wilder Concludes
'Study in Religion' Series
"The gulf between Jerusalem
and Athens is today being
bridged," Prof. Amos Wilder, Hol-
lis professor of Divinity at Har-
vard Divinity School, said Mon-
Concluding the(University's lec-
ture series on "studies in religion"
Prof. Wilder spoke on "Protes-
tantism and Contemporary Liter-
Prof. Wilder attributed today's
"vigorous recovery of Protestant
theology" and related studies, to
the need to interpret writings of
the reformation period, which
previously were used as formal
guides to criticsm, in the light of
the 20th century knowledge.
Continuing on this point, Prof.
Wilder pointed out other contri-
buting factors to this resurgence
of interest such as "the encount-
er by evangelical churches with
Nazism and Facism" and "the de-
flation of rationalistic romantic
elements in society."
"Protestantism is an adultera-
tion of many factors," Prof. Wild-
er continued, "and it must decide
what consideration is to be given
to the Hellenic, as opposed to He-
Wilder believes that we must
emphasize and return to the He-
brew-Christian tradition, that is
faith as opposed to strict reason.
Prof. Wilder also pointed out
that "great spiritual options are
at stake in today's literaiy assess-
Prof. Wilder then differentiated
between Catholic and Protestant
"Writers of a Catholic back-
ground," he said, "have a massive
order of symbols which stand in
the' way of the actual world, and
when departing from this position
open themselves to charges of
Petitions for fall orientation
leaders will be accepted until the
end of the week, according to
Parry Shapiro, '59, chairman of
the Union's Student Affairs com-
Interested male students may
sign up for interviews in the
Union student offices from 3 p.m.
to 5 p.m.
According to Shapiro, students
accepted as orientation Leaders
will be given early registration
"Protestant writers on the oth-
er hand have no such wealth of
religious symbols. They do not
write as representatives of a strin-
gent dogma but their roots nour-
ish and fertilize the creation of
Concluding the lecture Prof.
Wilder discussed the main defect
of the American religious scene
and drew his examples from the
works of Robert Penn Warren,
William Faulkner and Robinson
Richard T. Denton, Grad., has
been awarded the 1957-58 Nation-
al Electronic Conference fellow-
The $2,500 award is for a year
of graduate study at any of eight'
colleges and universities partici-
pating in the conference, includ-
ing the University.
The award is the first to be
given under a recently adopted
program for sponsoring advanced
study in electronics.
Denton is currently working to-
ward a doctor's degree in electricalf
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