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May 6, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
The question, moreover, is a vital one,

The question, moreover, is a vital one,

probably t lie most vital question that confronts the present age; for upon the answer to it depends th course of future history. if the answer in the affirmative, the attitude of the Church with respect the present war stands condemned, and will have to modified ; whilo if it i
May 6, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE NEW CRUSADER.

THE NEW CRUSADER.

WHY CHRIST WAS RIGHT. (Continued.) world; is, thus free and increase moral and spiritual force. Whereas, we know, resort to physical force deny and cast out reason ; to institute the censorship to the stifling und distorting of the truth; and thus to cause the moral issuo to rec
May 6, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
the time has come for action ;

the time has come for action ;

and if not act before long the faith the people * hristinnify and in righteousness will have vanished, and darkness and ruin have spread themselves over all the carta. In war the. present occasion our nation -1 < 'I I 1 11 ri-t a chance, had lulls conn hot her it Wel V ell
May 20, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
I lii' next article will he entitled : " If the (iennaiis came!?

I lii' next article will he entitled : " If the (iennaiis came!?

I lii' next article will entitled : If the came!? Without liberty it is impossible for nation t<> great. • • . Freedom the breath of a nation's life, and it is onlv freedom is granted that it is possible for lis face our difficulties and master them, and understand our problems a
May 20, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
I' I Slid! I SM ' , Id d' >ll iit I CtVVS 111' 'IICI iV. \ft I'M-- 111 llld

I' I Slid! I SM ' , Id d' >ll iit I CtVVS 111' 'IICI iV. \ft I'M-- 111 llld

111 ft] I 11* 11 The very idea < . f discussing intiruls uas quite nut "f the question, it. ludii" considered sacrilegious to discuss natural not to speak moral questions. To formulate new natural the..t'v uas incur the displeasure of the Church. Hut the simple fact that art was
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
 
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
 
THE NEW CRUSADER.

THE NEW CRUSADER.

testation and demands of the spiritual. For once the beauty and sacredness of human personality have been recognised, the laws and conditions of human well-being discovered, war becomes evil and inhuman and a sign of retrogression. So that while to the semi-barbarian, with his s
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