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April 29, 1916.

April 29, 1916.

inquirers, came to question Him at the beginning of Hi 9 career a public teacher. After one and another had asked Him what they ought to do, the soldiers and also asked Him, to whom Christ replied : Do violence to 110 man." Luke 3, 14. For saying which, in England, whether in wa
April 15, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
A PRUSSIAN AGAINST PRUSSIANISM.

A PRUSSIAN AGAINST PRUSSIANISM.

The Socialist Deputy Strbbel, in two fine speeches in Prussian Diet, on February 'i'l, said : If truthful picture were given, then the people would demand either that the war should end through the mutual understand and reconciliation the peoples, or Here tins speaker was ruled
April 8, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE , NEW CRUSADER. A CONFESSION.

THE , NEW CRUSADER. A CONFESSION.

According to The Daily Jk Leader, Mr. C. F. G. Master man, speaking at men's meeting at Whitefield's Tabernacle. London, short time 'ago, said that he could not give them any kind of prospect of immediate peace. The war seemed almost to have been taken out of the hands of the ru
April 8, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
ONE HEART ONE MIND

ONE HEART ONE MIND

following, taken from Shouted Down," by Charles Hod Buxton, is an extract from a letter from a young Auatrian soldier, written to his sister, he opened only after his death : We battle for freedom'and justice—arid our struggle is for lasting peaoe. ... If this lasting peace is r
April 8, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
Our Cause Advancing.

Our Cause Advancing.

As we felt sure would be the ease, our cause is advancing. The ideals for which stand are finding response in the hearts of men and women all over the country. are daily receiving messages of appreciation and encouragement, thanks and-good wishes of people anxious tor the coming
April 15, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE NEW CRUSADER.

THE NEW CRUSADER.

that is morally strong enough to vindicate and ultimately secure its rights, even though it has been defeated in a contest physical force, was, if it could only have realised the fact, strong enough to have secured those rights without going to ■war. my contention be true, it fo
April 8, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
WAR'S AFTER-THOUGHTS

WAR'S AFTER-THOUGHTS

One of the most striking things which force themselves on the attention of one with a long memory like, myself is the fact that nearly all our warp, whether successful or otherwise, are regretted after a few years' consideration and experience of results. enthusiasm of war will
April 8, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE NEW CRUSADER A Journal of Enquiry into the Foundations of War.

THE NEW CRUSADER A Journal of Enquiry into the Foundations of War.

April 15, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
LORD ROBERTS ON CONSCIENCE.

LORD ROBERTS ON CONSCIENCE.

. . . . If yon penetrate deep enough into human nature you will unfailingly reach in each one of us a stratum which is impervious discipline, any other influence from without. The strongest manifestation of this truth lies in what men call conscience—an innate sewe of right and
April 8, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE NEW CRUSADER. against war

THE NEW CRUSADER. against war

Hut tliu war is started," and the call to high endeavour lias heen made, Mr. Campbell will not think of an alternative, hut must needs rejoice, after the majority of the people have followed the lead of the Church and the Government, that so few cowards and skulkers are left, no
April 15, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England