At head of title: The Archbishop of York's Conference, Malvern.
"Edition for Study".
"In this Edition the findings of the Malvern Conference are reprinted without any change except in the matter of arrangement and editorial headings. There is no change in the actual text. The rearrangement is made to facilitate group study by gathering together all paragraphs belonging to the main divisions adopted for study purposes". -- p. .
"On the following pages will be found a series of propositions which may be taken as the upshot of the 'Malvern Conference'. .... These are now put forward as focussing the general trend of those discussions and as starting points, both for further discussion and for definite Christian action on the part of either groups or individuals". -- Introductory Note.
Contents: Introductory Note dated January 28th 1941 / William Ebor i.e. William Temple, Archbishop of York -- I. The Challenge -- II. Life of the Church (A): Principles -- III. Life of the Church (B): Recommendations -- IV. The Order of Society (A): Christian Principles -- V. The Order of Society (B): A Challenge to Present Practice -- VI. The Order of Society (C): Practical Recommendations -- Appendix (From "The Times", Saturday December 21st, 1940.): Foundations of Peace: A Christian Basis: Agreement Among the Churches / Cosmo Cantuar i.e. Cosmo Lang, Archbishop of Canterbury; A Cardinal Hinsley, Archbishop of Westminster; Walter H. Armstrong, Moderator, Free Church Federal Council; William Ebor i.e. William Temple, Archbishop of York.
Text dated January 10th 1941 and "Signed on behalf of the Conference: William Ebor" i.e. William Temple, Archbishop of York, on p. 13.