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JUNE 16, 1924

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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CENTURY EDITOR
GIVES ADDRESS
(Continued from Page Two)
continued. "Ministers of God cannot
turn themselves into hysterical press
ragents of generals in war time and
expect men to take them seriously as

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authentic representatives of Jesus of was one of his statements. "If in the Gospel of Christ, but the opinions of
Nazareth the day after the Armistice." future the church- is to be more than a mass of nominal Christians.
Dr. Frank then discussed the de- Ian exhorting ambulance driver in Third, by trying to apply ruthlessly
moralizing spiritual influences of war. world politics, it must choose now be- and realistically the teaching of Christ
"Vast masses of men and women who tween Jesus and the generals," was to the problems of industry, politics,
before the war were sensitive and another. war and peace.
I shrinking at the thought of brutality The future of a pacific church, Dr. Dr. Frank found the obstacles to a
are today bringing a firing squad mind Frank found in one of three attitudes: realistic state in ancestor worship,
to the issues of peace. . . . Social First, cultivate the inner spiritual or inability to .see changing condi-
revolutions, labzor wars and the mad- life of men and women, ignoring moral tions; the lack of a scientific study of
ness of Ku Kluxism are certificates issues of politics, industry, war and social problems; and a wider human-
that show how well the race learned peace. ism that will give men a better under-
its lesson of conquest by cruelty," Second, frankly admit that institu- standing of racial differences and
tional religion does not represent the limitations.
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