The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 79
Nonconformists, you have shown how great is the power you can wield, We appeal to you, precisely because of your historic principles, to wield that power effectively by throwing your immense influence in the scale of the Secular Solution. In so doing you will be true to your best traditions. Let the State confine its activity to the secular part of education, and let parents and Churches show the reality of their religious beliefs by providing the religious part of education themselves.page 26
We plead, not on behalf of an abstract theory, but above all on behalf of the nation's children, who cannot but suffer educationally while the present state of warfare lasts. If the chapter of inglorious and wearing conflict) to close at last, and a new chapter of justice, peace, and educational efficiency is to open, the Secular Solution is "the only way."
W. J. Henderson B.A. (Baptist), Baptist College, Bristol
E. E. Coleman, M.A. (Baptist), 37, Elbury Road, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham.
R. J. Campbell, M.A, (Congregational), City Temple, London, E.C.
J. Warschauer., M.A., Dr. Phil, (Congregational), Anerley Road, London, S.E.
Hugh C. Wallace (Congregational), Anerley Road, London, S.E Archibald Duff, M,A., D.D., LL.D). (Congregational), 9, Selborne Terrace, Bradford.
Joseph Wood (Unitarian), Birmingham,
J. Page Hopps (Unitarian), The Roserie, Shepperton-on-Thames, W. Copeland Bowie (Unitarian), Essex Hall, Essex Street, Strand, London, W.C.
G Bicheno (Primitive Methodist), 28, Birklands Road, Shipley, Yorks.
John Day Thompson (Primitive Methodist), 86, Palatine Road, Blackpool.
George W. King (Primitive Methodist), 11 Summerseat Place, Bradford.
Silas K, Hocking (Free Methodist), 10, Avenue Road, Highgate, N.