whom I never knew, was converted from Orthodoxy to Protestantism. And I believe that had he not done so, I might easily have taken the same step, although, as I said, I find the habit of religion oppressive, and an easy way out of personal thought. It is, in any case, a temperamental difference in the believers which separates the churches, and not a religious difference. If I can't put up with the interfering dogmas, I am prepared and proud to be called a Christian, because it is a convenient and beautiful adjective with which to label the grain of virtue latent in the human conscience. And I'm even willing to be termed a Protestant because the Protestant Church leaves a man alone with his own searching problems and therefore with his mental and emotional dignity.