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Church Cooperation in the United States: The Nation-Wide Backgrounds and Ecumenical Significance of State and Local Councils of Churches in Their Historical Perspective

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REFERENCE NOTES

Chapter V
1
Cf. FC 1915 Report, pp. 53, 54.
2
Abbreviated from the findings of the June 1915 Atlantic City meeting.
3
Macfarland, Progress of Church Cooperation, p. 128.
4
FC 1918 Report, pp. 46-48.
6
Cf. The Churches of Christ in Council, 1917, Vol. I of Library of Christian Cooperation, MEM, pp. 184, 185.
7
Macfarland, Progress of Church Federation, p. 49.
8
As it turned out, a whole group of Home Mission Councils expanded into or became part of inclusive councils of churches, under the strong encouragement of the HMC. (Cf. the earlier discussion of home mission states, in Chapter III.)
9
Macfarland, ibid., p. 129.
10
Cited in ibid., p. 130.
11
The Churches of Christ in Council, pp. 45, 46.
12
Christian Cooperation and World Redemption, pp. 245-274; cf. also Macfarland, Progress of Church Federation, p. 128; and Dr. Guild's semi-annual report.
13
The Churches of Christ in Council, p. 74.
16
Handy, op. cit., p. 62; (also HMC 1916 Report.)
17
Cf. also International Journal editorial, November, 1930: "Why Not the Consolidated Sunday School?"
19
FC 1917 Year Book, pp. 36, 38.
20
"In April, 1912, at the close of the Men and Religion conventions, a group of Christian men agreed that in five years there ought to be a representative gathering to summarize the progress of cooperative Christian effort and to issue the manual which is here submitted." (From Fred B. Smith's introduction to the 1917 Manual of Interchurch Work.)
21
Cf. this writer in FC Bulletin, March, 1950--33 years later.
22
The Commission's 72 members were listed in the 1917 Year Book, pp. 276, 277; again in 1918, pp. 208, 209; and in 1919, pp. 210, 211. The Smith-Guild report for 1917 appears on pp. 146-152 of the FC 1917 Report; Dr. Anthony's on pp. 139-145 (cf. pp. 42, 43 for the list of Dr. Anthony's commission).
23
FC 1917 Report, pp. 22, 64.
24
Footnote, p. 51 of the ( Pittsburgh) Manual.
25
Minutes of the Committee of Direction, October 23, 1918.
26
Cf. Macfarland, Christian Unity in the Making, pp. 142, 148; also the FC 1917- 1918 report, pp. 14, 15, 90, 91, 155, 156.
27
FC 1918 Report, pp. 6, 85-91.
28
FC 1919 Report, pp. 8, 86-92.
29
Handy, op. cit., pp. 80-82.
30
Douglass, Protestant Cooperation in American Cities, pp. 43, 50.
31
On the other hand, "No war has ever helped the cause of vital religion. Religion always slumps as a result. At no time in the history of organized religion in America has it been at such low ebb as after our great wars." Sweet, The Story of Religion in America, Harper, 1930 (revised edition, 1939), p. 564.

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