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Friday, January loth, 1910. BY VIOLENCE, By BERNARD WALKE. " The Kingdom of Heaven suffereth violence and the violent take

Friday, January loth, 1910. BY VIOLENCE, By BERNARD WALKE. " The Kingdom of Heaven suffereth violence and the violent take

it by force.' —Matt. xi. 22. It was only through such an act of violence that the Incarnation became possible. "Be it unto me according to thy word " was no mere acquiescence in the Angelic salutation ; it was an active surrender to and participation in the Divine will, and in t
January 10, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
DISCHARGED SOLDIERS AND DISCHARGED

DISCHARGED SOLDIERS AND DISCHARGED

C.O.s, On FRIDAY, APRIL 4th, 7.30, at the ESSEX HALL, Chair to be taken by Major H. J. GILLESPIE ; D.S.O. Speakers: H. Runham Brown (Wandsworth Prison), E. A. Heywood (Chairman Hammersmith Branch D.S.S.A.) Private G. H. Slade (Boer and European Wars), The Rev. G. Davis Smith (Mi
April 4, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
riday, July 18th, 1910. TN CRUSAIDUR. The Peoples' Feast of Peace : A Vision. By " A CITIZEN OF THE

riday, July 18th, 1910. TN CRUSAIDUR. The Peoples' Feast of Peace : A Vision. By " A CITIZEN OF THE

WORLD." (Translated from the German.) I saw the war-enraged peoples draw near to their Thereupon vanished the mist from before l ilt f rontiers, great, great masses of men, and all un- people's eyes—hate-illusion and false patriotism boun armed. They strode fearlessly with raise
July 18, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
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Bth, 190.

iecause I bac' :YPe than author is ).wn teaching' )ry of the that althoug" t may yet b e course, the )me when the Then, too, ice, but force revent cha is that is coglsi st i e ., - • fails to happen✓ ike the hat might is perior to O ci , g in aceor has ohs .0 act a l ` must he,
July 18, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE CRUSADER. Friday, March 21, 1910 Is it any wonder that they appear to be aliens ? Per• haps the

THE CRUSADER. Friday, March 21, 1910 Is it any wonder that they appear to be aliens ? Per• haps the

most hopeful thing about them is that they are not at home in the present civilisation and refuse to sing the songs of Israel by the waters of Babylon." " But that is not true of all of them," Boulter re' marked. " Unfortunately there is a large class that is becoming accustomed
March 21, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
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August 29, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE CRUSADER..

THE CRUSADER..

International League of Young People. AN INTERESTING LETTER. Readers will remember the notice which we ga ve a few weeks ago of the above League, and of a study" week which it was about to hold in the E n gadine l ; Switzerland. Invitations were sent to young Engli s Crusaders t
August 29, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
CRUSADE NOTES.

CRUSADE NOTES.

Dear Comrades in the Crusade, For some time we have been thinking of moving the offices of THE CRUSADER into the area of Fleet Street, that we may be more conveniently situated for the Newspaper trade, we have now secured premises at 23, Bride Lane, E.C. 4, to which we are movin
March 14, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
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March 14, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England