News In Brief
In an article on Nov. 10 that described a three-dimensional computer, Dr. Charles L. Seitz's name was misspelled. The Monitor regrets the error. In yesterday's report on religion's emerging role in the 20th century, a phrase was inadvertently omitted. The correct, complete paragraph should have read: ''For all its admirable humanitarian zeal, the Social Gospel illustrated the secularizing tendency that Mrs. Eddy felt was turning the 'stern Protestantism' of the Puritan past she had known into the 'doubtful liberalism' of a Christianity modernized but robbed of its radical spirituality.''