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Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Albert Bjorck, 1930-08-26

Identifier: RG.004.01

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Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Albert Bjorck in Woodgreen, Salisbury, England. Note: Typed by Stella Campbell. Pendleton was pleased to receive Bjorck’s last letter and hear that the British Assembly was successful. Pendleton is especially gratified by the stance Bjorck has taken towards the Hague dogmas. While Pendleton agrees that most of the ideas advanced by those advocating for the Hague doctrines are true, he thinks that there is an underlying assumption which should be gravely questioned. The Life has not published anything concerning the Hague doctrines because (Ernst) Pfeiffer has appealed to Mr. Acton reserve judgement until Pfeiffer writes a concluding statement on the subject. Pendleton, unconvinced by the Hague doctrines, thinks this conclusion could either relive the situation or make things worse. Pendleton sends greetings to the Oylers, and while he cannot quite picture the school that Peter (no surname given) is imagining, he is sure Theo (Pitcairn) will be able to gather a group of young people for it. Names mentioned: (Ernst) Pfeiffer, Mr. Acton, Theodore (Pitcairn), the Oylers, Peter (Oyler?)


  • 1930-08-26


From the Collection: 368.00 Linear Feet

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