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A few representative experiences and impressions chosen from the speaker's experience at the Assembly of the World Council of Churches in New Delhi. A description of India and Indian life. The problem of population and the increase of population. Economic and social conditions found in India. The work of the Christian Missionaries. The significance of the Assembly taking place in India, where Christians are a minority. The Ecumenical Movement. The current makeup of the World Council of Churches which, like Christianity itself, is no longer a white Western community. The reception of the Russian Orthodox Church into the World Council. The Assembly itself. Activities of the World Council of Churches beyond its publicized Assemblies. Three areas of growth for the Ecumenical Movement. What Christians must learn to do. Christians seeking new ways of being at one with all other men of like mind and heart.