TITLE

The "Independent" and the Truth Again

PUB. DATE
February 1911
SOURCE
America;2/25/1911, Vol. 4 Issue 20, p471
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The author comments on an editorial in the "Independent" magazine about a woman who took a vow never again to look on the face of a man and has since never seen her father until he passed away, and the vow was lifted by the ecclesiastical authority so she could attend the funeral. According to the editor, this kind of religion is un-Christian. The author states that it is also un-Christian and inhuman for an editor to publish such periodical in New York City and make a statement not about fact.
ACCESSION #
34457467

 

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