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Churches Losing by their Own Offspring
Philadelphia (Pa.) Evening Telegraph
In an address delivered before the Baptist Social Union of New York, the Rev. Dr. Russell H. Conwell declared that the churches are rapidly being submerged. There is no real growth in membership, Dr. Conwell said. Churches are uniting and disbanding and churches are moving from down town to suburban points, with loss in power and numbers.
"And it's all the fault of the churches," he explained. "The blame alone is theirs. They are being submerged, swamped, as it were, by organizations they themselves started.
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