Dean Discusses Red Problem at Student Christian Association

Sun., Oct. 01, 1950

Dean Amos B. Horalacher spoke to Student Christian Association (SCA) about ‘Christian Alternatives to Communism’. Dean Horalacher commented on that assumption that Communism was an ideology that claims complete allegiance and loyalty of mean he stated that the conflict was based on religious problems rather than a secular one. He stated that Communism became secular religion. In a separate meeting the week before, Dr. Ivan Gould from the Pennsylvania State Sabbath School Association spoke about the unity of Christian around the world and plans for unions in church organizations. The event took place in South College on October 1, 1950.


Dickinsonian, October 7, 1950, pg. 1.