Signs of the Times

Topic: Good Citizenship

[From the Birmingham Post and Journal, England]

Is there any real urgency in calling Britain to return to that practice of religion which, so far as outward observance is concerned, has unquestionably fallen into decay with vast numbers of the population? Does it make any real difference to the national life, and to the life of the world, whether or not religion is an essential thing in the life of man, and if essential whether or not it is practiced? And is there a vital relation between religion and that moral decency apart from which politics, commerce, industry, and pleasures must inevitably degenerate? This is no academic question for discussion. ... It is the fundamental condition of healthy national existence, for when high morality is gone, all is gone.

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