Signs of the Times

[From the Boston Globe, Massachusetts]

There was never more interest in religion than there is to-day, and the new generation of youth is going to create a new vividness and reality in religion, just through the questions which are being asked and the criticisms being made of the older generation and of religion. This was the opinion expressed at the Church of the Messiah by Bishop John T. Dallas of New Hampshire, addressing the monthly conference of Greater Boston students. Bishop Dallas spoke on "The State of Religion To-day," and he had previously asked the students in preparation for the conference to read the religious news in the papers and magazines. Speaking on this basis, he expressed his "personal observation" that "at no time in our western civilization has there been such an interest in religion as there is to-day.

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