The Relation of Christianity to the Conflict Between Capital and Labour

C. F. Andrews

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Unions, men yet learnt there to realise their common brotherhood, suffering bravely together in the hour of trial. By the very greatness of the labour struggle they began to look at the wider social problems, and to regard society as an organism with a corporate life. On every side Old voices from the Bible came back to mind with new and vivid meaning Am I my brother's keeper? Man shall not live by bread alone NO man liveth to himself, All ye are brethren. Such thoughts as these have been caught up one by one as the tide of action reached them, and are shaping the ideals Of social life. It is indeed suggestive to note that the two great commentators upon St. Paul and St. John, Bishops Lightfoot and Westcott, have each devoted their later years to working out their thoughts in action in a stirring northern diocese. It is not without meaning that the student of St. John's Epistles and Gospel was called upon to mediate in one of the greatest Of mining disputes.
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