From Our Russian Correspondent
I. Verin, reader in the Stalingrad (Tsaritzin) Pedagogical Institute, severely criticises in Isvestia the anti-religious propaganda of the Union of Militant Godless.
He finds it either too abstract or too superficial. According to him, the average Soviet man is no longer interested in witches, spooks and devils. He recommends such lectures as " the discovery of oxygen," " the history of the candle," " light and heat as forms of movement." " light and vegetation," and so on Why these lectures should lead to atheism is not explained.