An Experiment In Christian Internationalism

Men and women from thirty-four countries, living together, meeting in the same room, frankly discussing their common problems, differing strongly on many points, yet with a spirit of agreement that went deeper than their differences—doesn’t that sound a little like a description of the millennium? Yet it was an accomplished fact at the Peking Conference of the World’s Student Christian Federation. From the Orient, and from the Occident, from Czecho-Slovakia and Poland, from Burma and Ceylon, from the white and black and yellow races, students came together at Tsing Hua College, for the purpose of understanding one another, of comparing and discussing their problems and their opportunities, and in the hope of binding together in a real and vital fellowship the Christian students of the world.



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