(Jewish Daily Bulletin)
The University of Rochester Institute of Human Relations which adjourned yesterday discussed, among other questions, relations of the religions. Everett R. Clinchy, Secretary of the Federal Council of the Churches’ Committee on Goodwill Between Jews and Christians met two classes in philosophy and a class in comparative religions, the honorary educational society, and the City of Rochester Normal School. In each lecture he discussed a philosophy of education, and educational methods which, on the part of Christians, can lead to a better understanding of the Jew.
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