The Kingdom of God Is within You: Christianity Not as a Mystic Religion but as a New Theory of Life

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CONTENTS.
CHAPTER PAGE
I. THE DOCTRINE OF NON-RESISTANCE TO EVIL BY FORCE HAS BEEN PROFESSED BY A MINORITY OF MEN FROM THE VERY FOUNDATION OF CHRISTIANITY, 1
II. CRITICISMS OF THE DOCTRINE OF NON-RESISTANCE TO EVIL BY FORCE ON THE PART OF BELIEVERS AND OF UNBELIEVERS, 29
III. CHRISTIANITY MISUNDERSTOOD BY BELIEVERS , 48
IV. CHRISTIANITY MISUNDERSTOOD BY MEN OF SCIENCE , 85
V. CONTRADICTION BETWEEN OUR LIFE AND OUR CHRISTIAN CONSCIENCE, 109
VI. ATTITUDE OF MEN OF THE PRESENT DAY TO WAR , 133
VII. SIGNIFICANCE OF COMPULSORY SERVICE,164
VIII. DOCTRINE OF NON-RESISTANCE TO EVIL BY FORCE MUST INEVITABLY BE ACCEPTED BY MEN OF THE PRESENT DAY, 184
IX. THE ACCEPTANCE OF THE CHRISTIAN CONCEPTION OF LIFE WILL EMANCIPATE MEN FROM THE MISERIES OF OUR PAGAN LIFE, 208
X. EVIL CANNOT BE SUPPRESSED BY THE PHYSICAL FORCE OF THE GOVERNMENT--THE MORAL PROGRESS OF HUMANITY IS BROUGHT ABOUT NOT ONLY BY INDIVIDUAL RECOGNITION OF THE TRUTH, BUT ALSO THROUGH THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A PUBLIC OPINION, 235

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