right or practically reasonable. But faith is human, and a human right. A right faith in humanity. And the inescapable corollary that if humanity is worth working for, humanity must contain the essence of goodness--which men have always named "God."
In the teachings of Jesus, I find a plan of action for all who care to accept the responsibilities of being sons of God. From the ancient Greeks, whom I have met in their writings, to my most recent colleagues and fellow students, comes the proof of aspiration for betterness, of the reality of sympathy, truth, initiative, understanding and brotherhood, of the power of example, of integration, of knowledge, and of enthusiasm.
From my parents, my teachers, my friends who dig coal in West Virginia, my pals in the Navy--from all who have