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 VI
1
Minutes of a March 17, 1925, meeting of the Joint Committee on the Future of the Commission on Councils of Churches, appointed by the Administrative Committee of the FC and the Commission. (On March 11, as luncheon guests of Fred B. Smith at the Waldorf, the Committee of Direction had discussed at length the revision and modification of the work of the Com­ mission.)
2
FC 1925 Report, p. 17. For the Commission Report, signed by Smith and Holmes, see pp. 64ff.
4
1925 Commission Report. A full page in the July-August, 1925 FC Bulletin was devoted to this meeting. The March-April issue gave more than three pages to E. T. Root's prize-winning essay on "Church Federation a Necessity.".
5
For personnel changes, see FC 1925 Report, p. 65.
6
Cf. FC 1926 Report, p. 109; also FC Bulletin January-February, 1926. On December 29, 1925, the Special Committee had agreed that a requested con­ ference with secretaries of local councils be held on January 8, 1926.
7
FC 1926 Report, p. 113.
8
Recorded in full in the minutes of the Administrative Committee for July 9, 1926. Cf. FC 1926 Report, pp. 126, 127.
9
Cf. FC 1926 Report, p. 127; and Macfarland, Christian Unity in the Making, pp. 206, 226.
10
Cf. FC Bulletin, November-December, 1926.
11
FC 1926 Report, p. 144.
15
General Letter, March 24, 1927.
16
Art. on "Field Organization in Religious Education", in International Journal, March 1927, p. 33.
17
International Journal, February, 1925, p. 56.
22
Ibid., February, 1927, "Relationships in Interdenominational Cooperation."
23
FC Bulletin, April, 1927, "Cooperation and Beyond".
24
FC 1927 Report, pp. 8, 9.
29
Handy, op. cit., p. 116.
32
See FC Bulletin, December., 1927; also January, 1928 (more than a full page of interpretation): and February, 1928 (2½ pp. of findings, including "edu­ cation for cooperation.")
33
See FC Bulletin, May, 1928.
34
Ibid., ½ p. announcement of this AES meeting; June issue, full-page report.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Foreword 7
  • Preface 9
  • Some Interdenomination Abbreviations 11
  • Chapter I- The American Scene 12
  • Reference Notes 28
  • Chapter II- The Sunday School Movement in the United States 31
  • Reference Notes 52
  • Chapter III- Federative Progress, 1900-1908 54
  • Reference Notes 75
  • Chapter IV- Shakedown Voyage, 1908-1915 77
  • Reference Notes 98
  • Chapter V- First Period of Expansion, 1915-1924 99
  • Reference Notes 123
  • Chapter VI- Appraisal and Testing, 1925-1931 125
  • Reference Notes 149
  • Chapter VII- The Merging Thirties 152
  • Reference Notes 179
  • Chapter VIII- The Expectant Forties 182
  • Reference Notes 204
  • Chapter IX- Since 1950, Solid Growth 205
  • Reference Notes 231
  • Chapter X- Meanings and Expectations 233
  • Reference Notes 252
  • Appendix I 259
  • Appendix II 262
  • Index 267
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