interchange of views

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It fosters an interchange of views, ideas and opinions on social, educational, cultural, economic issues which enhanced participation and awareness, the cornerstone of democracy.
The writer of the first historical sketch of the Congress put it well: "With no visible head, like the Pope, with no ecclesiastical court, like the General Assembly, and with no imposed creed like the Thirty-Nine Articles or the Westminster Confession, our unity of faith and practice may best be preserved by a frequent and personal interchange of views, wherein head and heart, knowledge and faith, reverence for the past, sympathy with the present, and zeal for the future, meet and blend.

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