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[The Christian Commonwealth]

Certain elements have been growing up during recent decades which men of good will and faith have argued against in vain,—the belief in force, the trust in statecraft, the appeal to selfishness. We shall never need to waste our breath upon them again; their nemesis has arrived. After this terrible war is over it may be that there will be fewer fire-eaters in Europe, to say that armaments are the only guaranty of peace, fewer to think that in the end might is the only thing with which we have to reckon. There are some rebellions that God can only laugh out of existence; there are some sins that can only be burnt out in their own hell-fire.

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