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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
 
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
 
Christ was right.

Christ was right.

Christ's lift 4 was proved life, the principles upon which it rested being justified the result. throwing Himself wholly upon the mercy His o»i ornies, Christ secured complete triumph over those enemies, triumph for tho truth He preached, and brought upon His assailants, who, th
May 6, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE ONLY HOPE.

THE ONLY HOPE.

There will be hope of peace until the peoples of the world recognise their brotherhood and refuse to be led to the shambles for mutual massacre. If there is no'hope of that. if. as some students of life hold, war will always happen because life itself a continual warfare, and on
May 6, 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
 
What Shall We Do?

What Shall We Do?

The question that the lips of most thoughtful people these days is : What ought we to do? They examine the military situation, consider the state of mind in all the belligerent countries, and then, half in despair, ask themselves what the war has wrought. Then they a step furthe
May 6, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE NEW CRUSADER A Journal of Enquiry into the Foundations of War. MAY 13, 1016.

THE NEW CRUSADER A Journal of Enquiry into the Foundations of War. MAY 13, 1016.

May 6, 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
 
shape its destiny. Vet they must all die sooner or later, for life essentially progressive; and tile customs that are

shape its destiny. Vet they must all die sooner or later, for life essentially progressive; and tile customs that are

the condition of life in one age the condition ot and death in a later age. Customs are to the spirit what clothing is the body; and mankind wears out and out-grows the former just as it does (he Latter. Thus vital and important as the past is, it is not nearly vital and importa
May 20, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England