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relations; and in revising the lectures for publication I have endeavoured to take account of national life in all its aspects. The appendix, on the Attitude of the Church towards War, is part of a memorandum written at the request of a Committee of the Lower House of Convocation of the Province of Canterbury, which had been appointed to consider the subject of the Church and War.
TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE, 30 July, 1915.
Papal Enunciation of Truisms.
Suspicion of Clerical Interference.
The Enforcement of Fish Diet.
Objection to Usury.
Attacks on the Stuart Administration.
Education and Poor-Relief.
Industrial Requirements and Prudential Virtues.
The Assertion of Personal Rights.
The Elimination of Religion from Politics.
Duty to the Community and to God.
Duty to the Poor and to Dependents.
Public Benefits and Ideal Justice.
Coercion of Other Nations.
Humanitarianism and War.
The Special Work of Christianity.