Faith in the Living God
The Conference, having considered and welcomed
(a) the increasing extent of human knowledge,
(b) the prospect of human control of the natural environment,
(c) the searching enquiries of the theologians, calls the Church to a faith in the living God which is adventurous, expectant, calm, and confident, and to faith in the standards of Christ, who was, and is, and is to come, as the criterion of what is to be welcomed and what is to be resisted in contemporary society.