Over most of the world, organized Christianity is ebbing. Only in the Americas can it be said to be holding its own. Is the Christian faith dying too? Or is a new concept of Jesus' teachings replacing it? Here, as Christmas approaches, is a searching study of the most important question of our timeBy FRED BODSWORTH26 min
Here’s good Yuletide reading: the warm and lively story of a trip made to this country by the author of A Christmas Carol. For a picture of Canada a century ago—and a key to why much of it appalled Dickens — curl up with thisBy JAMES BANNERMAN22 min
As a soldier in the first war I went to Drury Lane where Beecham was putting on a season of opera in English, but it was not until 1920 when I had returned to England that we first met. Because he agreed or disagreed with something I had written he asked me to lunch in which he did all the talking —which was as it should be.
ARROWHEAD: Cavalry vs. Injuns again, with a fine piling-up of stealth and tension and violence in a climactic death-duel between redskin Jack Palance and paleface Charlton Heston. Earlier, though, there’s too much dull talk and Heavy Drahma.By CLYDE GILMOUR3 min
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