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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
 
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May 6, 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
 

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Nothing is so powerful as greatness and goodness,

Nothing is so powerful as greatness and goodness,

the courage whereby man will throw himself the honour his enemies, and trust, Christ trusted, the faithless son# materialistic age, and even die their hands. That is the meaning non-resistance : it succeeded in Jorusaler* nineteen centuries ago; and it would have succeeded in Fr
May 6, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
Non-resistance is a principle for overcoming evil;

Non-resistance is a principle for overcoming evil;

hut if there ho evil, recalcitrant element society, t hero can la' need for iinn - resist aiice. The teach i ii" o ('iirist lanity that Ininian nature heine what, it is, ever i c-.|m ae,; to true r«mrii»c, to real nohility spirit and character, the principle of non-resistance is
May 20, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
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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
 
Goodwill is a much higher and nobler thing than trust in force and superior armament. As nations we have not

Goodwill is a much higher and nobler thing than trust in force and superior armament. As nations we have not

beiieved in goodwill, and have reaped a sorry harvest of ill will. did not trust each other: we prepared for war against each other: we joined Ententes and Alliances, and sometimes we called them Holy." For a time illwill has won, but its victory is ghastlv and bloods nightmare
May 6, 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