The Prince of Peace—Our Guide to World Peace

Human history includes numerous princes renowned for their prowess in war. It includes but one Prince of Peace. At this Christmas season, when the human race, more than ever before in history, is eager for the establishment of an enduring world peace, it is proper for us to ponder well this nobleman of God, and what he contributed to solve the conditions that confront us.

Today space no longer separates peoples. A plane has flown from North America to England in approximately six hours. No place on earth is more than sixty air-travel hours from any other place. But planes can serve the purposes of peace, or they can be the implements of war. Rapid transport provides facilities for destructive evil, multiplies the imminence of attack, and confronts us with the fact that if men are to live on this planet, they must learn to live in peace. Peace is not optional; it is imperative. Fortunately it is possible and practical. The Prince of Peace charted the way.

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