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—Philij) t,'ibbs in The Soul of the War/,? 15 Fidelity conviction is the mainstay human advance JOHN MOKT.KY. llHMlt. The

—Philij) t,'ibbs in The Soul of the War/,? 15 Fidelity conviction is the mainstay human advance JOHN MOKT.KY. llHMlt. The

Religion Goodwill. liv lii:v. H. BAUSON spite of differing interpretations certain texts, Christianity is fundamentally a religion of goodwill. There is teaching of illwill be found in it. Kven the passages that express Christ's antagonisms are free from all suggestion illwill.
May 6, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
unsuspected forces of the human soul.

unsuspected forces of the human soul.

Christ's death the Cross was not, as it seemed, mere negative fuct,T>ut profound spiritual affirmation, which not only condemned, confounded, and utterly routed His enemies, and left His followers complete masters of the situation, but stirred the imagination of the time, as it
May 6, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE NEW CRUSADER.

THE NEW CRUSADER.

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May 6, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE NEW CRUSADER.

THE NEW CRUSADER.

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May 20, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE NEW CRUSADER.

THE NEW CRUSADER.

William Perm told the natives that and his people never fired a rifle or U6ed a sword ; that they meant no harm and had fears. the treaty friendship itselt, it was declared that the lied Men and the White Men should all brothers; that all the paths should free; the doors of the
May 20, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
Jehovah, the God of Battles

Jehovah, the God of Battles

and thee hogin live in the spirit, and to think less ~i the hod\ and tiling's carnal' The rewards of for ohedh'tiec to llis laws are lon'_'er phvsjc.a! and material, hut spiritual. The (iod of I',attics dies, and in his stead 'Uiies One win- delights not II) battle, not* even 11
May 20, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
lil. in the nauii i < 'hrist intiit ri gi it ei aisness, and ci I isa iion, lav down

lil. in the nauii i < 'hrist intiit ri gi it ei aisness, and ci I isa iion, lav down

it- arms and tiu-t it- eau-e to the reason ot tile civilised world, one cannot say. Hut tins J am absolutely convinced, that It do that It would succeed 111 its object and thereby achieve the mo-t wonderful vietorv the realm of human conduct that has been witnessed since * hrist
May 20, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
Ideals are the embryo of the future;

Ideals are the embryo of the future;

and where there is vision the people perish." man's ideal are always the truest and the strongest things about him, for they tell not simply what he has been, but what hopes he; which is far more important. man is alw ays more than his past. Ideals make history, new story; they
May 20, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
For let me emphasise this paramount fact,

For let me emphasise this paramount fact,

that thr success .«r practicability of non-resistance docs not depend upon the moral condition of the people towards whom it is manifested, but essentially upon the moral condition, the faith and the courage those who profess to helieve in it. savape, for instance, would never c
May 20, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
science; 111 uliich tlir 1• ■ ii, t:i!s lli.it

science; 111 uliich tlir 1• ■ ii, t:i!s lli.it

science; uliich ■ ii, t:i!s lli.it lived, under til. >T! 11' 11 iii • lunch, unci
May 20, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England