Christian Left [1934-1939]
The Moot [1938-1947]
Spearheaded by Maurice Reckitt.
There is much affinity between [the Moot and the Christendom Group.] Not only the Christendom group share the Moot’s misgiving Christdendom as a source of fundamental restructuring and renewal. There was also considerable interaction between members. Most notably Philip Mairet attended two meetings, and papers by V.A. Demant and Ruth Kenyon were circulated in the Moot. […] However, in contradistinction to the Christendom Group, the Moot deliberately strived towards launching a sociopolitical movement.Kurlberg 2019, 162-163
|Initials||Name||Type||Era||Years||Notable members (from the KPESN)|
|CL||Christian Left||John Macmurray|
|IFOR||International Fellowship of Reconciliation||Europe?||Donald Grant|
|ICF||Industrial Christian Fellowship|
|The Moot||Informal group of thinkers||England||1938-1944||Philip Mairet1 Karl Mannheim; Michael Polanyi;|
|SCM||Student Christian Movement||John Macmurray?|
|WSCF||World Student Christian Federation|
|YMCA||Young Men’s Christian Association|
KURLBERG Jonas,  Christian Modernism in an Age of Totalitarianism, UK, Bloomsbury, 236 p.