The language of the Christian community (The Covenant life

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While the Christian Manifesto provided the general instruction of educating Christians on the links between Christianity and imperialism, it was articles produced later by socialist Protestant leaders that explained in greater details the links between those two. They were even more so for clerics because public authorities quickly removed ministers from theologically incorrect factions. The philosopher David Hume was also, and writers Mark Twain, William Faulkner, and Daniel Defoe, were Presbyterians too.

Pages: 224

Publisher: the CLC Press (1965)

ISBN: B0007F3L4U

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