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Dr. JOHN R.MOTT , ' East and West in Conference at Jerusalem
ON March 24, there will assemble at Jerusalem a a World Missionary Conference, which can fairly be called a' League of Nations Assembly of the missionary world. There delegates from East and West, including leading Christians from the young Churches of India, China and Japan-such men as Bishop Azariah and Mr. T Z. Koo - will meet to discuss racial, industrial, educational, and other problems from the Christian point of view. Dr. John R.Mott , who gives the talk tins afternoon, and who will be chairman of the Con-has for over a generation inspired student and other movements in all parts of the world ; and, despite offers of diplomatic posts by several different American Presidents, he has preferred to devote himself entirely to international Christian work. He was chairman of the great Missionary Conference at Edinburgh in 1910.
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