22 AUGUST 1941, Page 12


Sia,—In his letter which appeared in your issue of August isth, Colonel Mozley is asking for the fruits of the Christian conscience (or a small selection from them) without the system of belief and practice to which that conscience owes its existence. He might as well ask for the moon.—Yours very faithfully, R. H. MALDEN.

The Deanery, Wells, Somerset.