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T H E HOME FIELD and that whole section contributed to the Board the paltry sum of only 1500. Today this Board has in the Southwest 800 mis­ sionaries, and that great empire this year contributed to the work or the Board $98,000.

W it h U s s lo g a n o f ex p a n s io n t o th e S ou th ­ w e s t, n e w v ic t o r ie s a r e g a in e d e v e r y y e a r and

c o lo s s a l e n te r p r is e s a r e

p ro je c te d

fo r

th e b r in g in g in o f th e k in g d o m .

Training In Gospel Citizenship. It

Is a

w is e

p o lic y

Its p o p u la tio n

g r e a t e s t p ro b le m s o lu tio n

o f s t a t e c r a ft to

In to g o o d

tra in

c itize n s h ip .

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o f w h ic h

w e m u st m a k e o f th e m g o o d c itiz e n s o f th e k in g d o m o f Jesu s C h r is t

The training of our Baptist constituency, already evangelized Into our church mem­ bership, and with long established homes In the heart of our territory, glvee us also a serious task. The Baptist denomination eounta the largest constituency In the South. But there Is a mass of this material that Is untrained and Ineffective. While we lead In numbers, in per capita giving we bring up the rear of the column. We have evan­ gelized without organizing and training.

to

T h e A m e r ic a n N e g r o e s h a r e t h e ir h o m e In th e S o u th e rn S ta te s , a n d c o n s titu te on e-

of

our

o r d e a th

T o m a k e o f th e a lie n s th e b e s t A m e r ic a n s

t h e n a tio n . Is th e a s s im ila tio n o f th e a lie n e le m e n ts

m eans lif e

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p o p u la tio n .

E very

T ear

th e ru s h in g tid e o f im m ig r a tio n p ou rs In to th e

b ody

p o lit ic

an

u n a ss lm lla ted

m a ss

w h ic h s tra in s to th e u tm o s t o u r f r e e g o v ­ e rn m e n t. I t Is th e p a rt o f th e s ta te s m a n t o gu ard our

p o rts

of

en try

a g a in s t

th e

w h o lly

th ird

or

our

p op u la tio n .

They

a n a lie n an d a b a c k w a rd ra ce . w ere

b ro u g h t In to c itiz e n s h ip

o f th e

C iv il W a r , p o lit ic a l

are

b o th

W h e n th e y as a

b lu n d e rs

r e s u lt com ­

p lic a te d th e c o n d itio n s , a n d th e e lfo r t a to s o lv e

r e lig io u s

s id e

w e r e n o t w ith o u t Its c o s tly m is ta k e s .

th e

p ro b le m

o n • it s

T h is

v ic io u s , an d th en tr a in to p a tr io t ic c itiz e n ­

c o n g e s te d a lie n p o p u la tio n o n o u r s o il has

s h ip th is n e w

p re s e n te d

e le m e n t.

The

g r e a t e s t s in ­

g le f a c t o r f o r th e a c c o m p lis h m e n t o f th is o n th e p a r t o f th e S ta te la Its s y s te m p u b lic s c h o o ls .

of

In to th e s e th e S ta te p ou rs

W it h

a

trem e n d o u s

th e

c o m in g

of

p ro b le m . th e s e

b e tte r

days

to th e S ou th w e w e r e g e t t in g c lo s e r to a solu tio n .

The

s o lu tio n

h as

to

be

m ade

U s m illio n s o f m o n e y , a n d m a rs h a lls to th e

b y r ig h t ly h a n d lin g th e r e lig io u s s id e o f th e

ta s k a

N e g r o ’s

v a s t c o m p a n y o f Its c h o ic e s t m e n

and w om en.

H e r e , a lo n g w it h th e tr a in in g

o f th o s e to th e m a n o r b o m , It is th o u g h t th e c h ild

o f th e

a lie n

m ay

b ecom e a

p a­

t r io t ic A m e ric a n . i t th is a lie n c iv ic

life

It

a

s t ill

g re a ter m en ace

o u r r e lig io u s In s titu tio n s, w it h

tb o

and

p ro b le m

on

to

W e m u st g ra p p le It *

r e lig io u s

side,

end.

Tbo

B o a rd

c itiz e n s h ip .

c h a rt

r e c e n tly

sen t

out

by

o u r H o m e B o a r d , s h o w s th a t o n ly tw e n ty -

th e

e v a n g e lic a l

s e v e n ty - e ig h t

p e r c e n t,

to

th e

flo o d

tid e

s to o d

fo r

th e

T og eth e r

w it h

our

a id t o

C o n v e n tio n

th e

w it h

N egro Its

N a tio n a l

B o a rd s

It

w o u ld

be

a

r e v e la t io n

to

w ork

u n tou ch ed

by

o f th e N e g r o e s th ro u g h th is a g e n c y .

Im m ig ra tio n

an d

m a n y , th e

Of

of

b es t

Sunday

ch u rch es.

e v a n g e lic a l C h ris tia n ity , a la r g e p ro p o rtio n b e lo n g s

h as

g r e a t P u b lic a tio n H o u s e c e n te re d a t N a s h ­ v ille .

tw o p e r c en t, o f p op u la tio n is In th e m e m ­ our

of

S ch o o l B o a rd , th e H o m e B o a rd h as g iv e n s y m p a th y an d

of

p a s sio n

tr a in in g o f th e N e g r o e s in to u s e fu l g o s p e l

B a p tis t

b e rs h ip

th e

O u r H o m e B o a rd h as a lw a y s b e e n w is e

a s s im ila t e It. s t r ik in g

by

in g iv in g its s y m p a th y an d a id t o th e b e s t

f o r th e C h u rch a s w e ll as th e S ta te m u st A

not

m o v e m e n ts f o r th e a c c o m p lis h m e n t o f th is

e le m e n t Is th r e a te n in g o u r

Is

life ,

p o litic s .

b e in g

done

fo r

c lea rly , d e m o n s tra te d to

tra in

th is

th e

r ig h t

tr a in in g I t la

th a t th e w is e s t w a y

la r g e a n d Im p o rta n t p a r t o f

th a t p ou rs In u p on us a w h o lly a lie n e le ­

o u r B a p tis t d e n o m in a tio n in th e S ou th , is

m ent

to h e lp th e m

H ere

is

th e

p ro b le m

th a t

c h a lle n g e s

The

to tr a in th e m s e lv e s .

S o u th e rn

A p p a la c h ia n

r e g io n ,

run­

C h ris tia n s ta tes m a n s h ip — to e v a n g e liz e and

n in g fr o m M a r y la n d to A la b a m a , g iv e s us

t r a in In to g o s p e l c itiz e n s h ip th is u n ch urch ed

a n a r e a o f n e a r ly 200,000 square- m ile s . H e r e

m a ss.

w e h a r e a u n iq u e p o p u la tio n o f to u r m il­

E ven

In

th e

S o u th

we

a r e b e g in ­

n in g t o f e e l th e p re s s u re o f th is qu estio n .

lio n s.

I t w ill

th e y c o n s titu te a c a s e o f a r r e s te d d e v e lo p -

soon

be

u p on n s

In a ll Its

fo rc e .

H id a w a y In t h e ir m o u n ta in h o m es ,

t h e h o m e f ie l d

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m e n t, an d m u st b e c la s se d w ith th e backirp rd

e le m e n ts

of

oar

T h is Is a la r g e

pop u lation .

B a p tis t c o n s titu e n c y

of

n a tiv e f o r c e an d v ig o r , b u t u n tra in e d an d In e ffic ie n t

In o r d e r th a t th e y m a y b e c o m e

a m ig h t y fa c t o r In o u r B a p tis t e n te rp ris e s , th e y o n ly n e e d to b e d e v e lo p e d an d tr a in ­ ed.

th e

B o a rd

tw e n ty -s e v e n m is s io n s c h o o ls , w it h

U n der

th e

p a tr o n a g e

of

an a t ­

ten d a n ce o f fiv e th ou san d stu d en ts, a r e fa s t tr a in in g

th is

e le m e n t

fo r

s e r v ic e

I n 't h e

k in g d o m o f G od.

y

T h e S a v in g o f th e C ity .

in th e se c e n te rs o f p o p u la tio n th e re w ill b e a ll

fig h t t o th e

th e fin ish

g r e a te s t

S ta te .

th e

p ro b le m s

I f w e w in

com p lete.

in

so lu tio n o f

of

B u t th e re Is a n o th e r s id e to th e q u es tio n of

c o n s e r v a tio n w ith h as to d o. x

__ sou rces,

w h ic h th e r e lig io u s T o th e c o n s e r v a tio n

m a te r ia ls

o f o u r n a tio n a l

m u st ad d th e

jo

c o n s e c ra tio n

re ­ of

th e fin ish ed p rodu ct. It w a s ’c h a rg e d a g a in s t th e w ic k e d s te w ­ ard th a t |h e h ad

w a s te d h is L o r d 's good s.

T h e r e m is t b e a w is e d e r e lo p m e n t o f o u r g r e a t reso u rce s f o r th e g o o d o f th e p e o p le , an d th e re m u s t b e a w is e u se In h a n d lin g th e fin ish ed p ro d u cts o f w e a lth th a t c o m e

In th e c it y th e b a ttle is th e fle r c e it , and th e

_____ a n y th in gf o r p o s te r ity , b e c a u s e p o s te r ity h ad n e v e r d o n e a n y th in g f o r him .

C h u rch

and

th e c it y , th e v ic t o r y is

in to o u r |hands. T h e S ou th Is ric h

in re s o u rc e s .

S h e is

th e ric h e s t p a rt o f th e r ic h e s t c o u n try th e w o rld .

In

S h e h a s b ee n a lo n g lim e fin d ­

in g i t out.

The

S o u th Is n o w

c o m in g to

O f a ll th e c iv ic q u e s tio n s o f th e

h e r o w n . !- In c lim a te an d s tre a m s , In m ou n ­

. d a y , m u n icip a l g o v e r n m e n t Is p erh a p s m o s t

ta in s and p la in s, In fie ld s a n d fo r e s ts an d

' im p o rta n t an d fa r-re a c h in g .

m in e s, vfe

w ith

every

tou ch es

p h a se

th e

of

our

p ro p e rty ,

I t h as t o d o d a lly

h e a lth

lif e ,

an d

and

life

of

e v e r y m an, w o m a n an d ch ild . •R e fo rm

m o v e m e n ts

In

fro m

s a lo o n

th e

and

of

g o v e rn m e n t b y p osed as over

a

f ift y

c o r ru p t p a rty

our

c itie s

s olu tio n of

d o m in a tio n p o litic s .

c o m m is s io n our

success th is n e w

of

are th e

b een

p ro ­

p ro b le m , and

are

p an acea .

of

M u n ic ip a l

h as

th e

c itie s

t r y in g

w it h

I t Is c e r t a in ly

a lo n g step In a d v a n c e o f th e c o r ru p t m eth ­ o d s oT p a rty p o litic s . . T h e ch u rch es a r e s tr o n g e s t a llie s to th e r e fo r m m o v e m e n ts o f th e c ity .

C iv ic r ig h t­

eou sn ess an d a p u re an d a g g r e s s iv e ch u rch life

to g e th e r

m u st

save

th e

c ity .

The

ch u rch m ilit a n t m u s t m a r tia l its s tr o n g e s t fo r c e s a n d s tr ik e Its h a rd e s t blowB in th e se great

c e n te r s

of

p op u la tio n .

W h en

th e

c it y is s a v ed , th en a ll w ill b e saved. T h e C o n s e rv a tio n o f O u r N a tu ra l R eso u rces. “ T h e c o n s e r v a tio n o f n atu ra l r e s o u r c e s " has become^ a d is tin c t d o c tr in e In m o d ern p o li­ tic s .

At

th e

p re s e n t

tim e

n o s m a ll s t ir In th e lan d .

It

Is

m a k in g

C o rp o ra te and

p r iv a te g r e e d h a v e k n o w n n o lim it In plun­ d e r in g

th e

fo r e s t an d

p u b lic m in e ,

d om ain .

In

field

and

th e d e v e lo p m e n t o f o u r

re s o u rc e s h a r e b ee n a tte n d e d w it h w a n to n an d

c rim in a l

w a s te .

T h ere

m o re

to

be

th a n k fu l

fo r

W e a r e d o m in g In to o u r o w n .

W e a r e ra p ­

id ly d e v e lo p in g o u r u n p a ra lle le d re s o u rc e s ,

s trik in g h ard b lo w s t o f r e e th e m u n ic ip a li­ tie s

have

than an y o th e r s e c tio n c f G o d 's g r e e n e a rth .

Is

f o r th e fu tu re o f o u r la n d , an d

no

re g a rd

th e s p ir it

Is th a t o f th e Iris h m a n w h o w o n ld n o t d o

and ou r tnon o f th e S ou th a r e b u ild in g c o l­ o ss a l fortu n es. In o r d e r t o c o n s e r v e o u r w e a lt h w e m u s t c o n s e c ra te It. a rm

of

s titu tio n s m u st

W e m u st m a k e I t th e T ig h t

p o w e r fo r th e b u ild in g o f th e in ­ th a t

m ake

s h a ll b le s s

of

it

th e

our

w in g e d

la n d .

We

m essenger

th a t s h a ll h e ra ld "p e a c e o n e a r th an d g o o d w ill to w a rd m e n ." C an I jb e tte r c lo s e th is p le a f o r th e c o n ­ s e c ra tio n -of o u r

w e a lth

to

G od

th a n

In

w o rd s th a t f e ll fro m th e lip s o f D r. T lc h e n o r, th e g re a t C h ris tia n s ta te s m a n w h o f o r e igh te en , y e a r s w a s ou r H o m e M is s io n s e c ­ retary?-

In

th e

year

1900

he

c lo s e d

an

ad d ress w it h th is la n g u a g e :

“There is no surer or swifter means of accomplishing our Lord’s command, to give the gospel to every creature, than to en­ lighten and sanctify ihe hearts of our own people, so that they shall write upon every thing consumed at home and every thing sent abroad, ‘ Holiness to the Lord.* “ When the millions of our countrymen ■hall give Christianity its rightful place, not only in our sanctuaries, but in our homes and our workshops and our marts of trade; when the peaee and smile of God shall so fill our lives that it shall rest upon all our fields, shall be recognixed In otf

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T H E HOME FIELD streets, shall cleanse the stums of our cities, shall meet the wants of the afflicted and be the friend and helper of the needy; when our literature shall be freed from all contaminating influences, and our society lose its soul-dwarfing vices; when our.hearts shall be purified by divine grace so as to distribute its large benefactions to all the

children of want, then will our country prove a blessing to the nations of the earth, and gospel light stream to every shore. “ This Is God's mission for the AngloSaxon race. When It Is done the king­ dom of God will be on earth, and He will reign whose right it is to put all things under his fe e t”

Texas Summer Encampment J. F. Love, D.D. p erh a p s . In c re a s e s th e en th u s ia s m

an d

S o u th w e s te rn th a n te r

th e or

n u m b e r, an d sum m er

"In s t it u t e s ," as

B u sk , S u th e rla n d S p r in g s an d G o rm a n — d oes n o t e x h s u s t th e l i s t ' o f p ls c e s w h e r e th e s e g a th e r in g s h a v e b e e n h eld th is su m m er, an d

c h a ra c ­

‘ d oes n o t In clu d e th e la r g e n u m b e r o f such

"a s s e m b lie s ," “ c o n fe r e n c e s ,"

"B ib le

th e s e

of m o re

B a p tis ts

"e n c a m p m e n t s ," e tc .,

a c t iv it y

s c h o o ls "

g a th e r in g s

m e e tin g s

h e ld

In

th e

w in t e r

an d

e a r ly

sp rin g. O th e r S ta te s In th e S o u th w e s t h a v e th e ir

a r e , "e n c a m p m e n ts " an d “ B ib le schools,"" such as th o s e a t O u a ch ita, A r k a n s a s , an d Iro n -

v a r io u s ly c a lle d . T h e n u m b e r o f th e s e a s s e m b lie s In c rea se s

ton,

y e a r b y y e a r.

p rea ch e rs ,

T o n a m e th o s e w h ic h m e e t

M isso u ri.

At

d e v o te d

every

p la c e,

ch u rch

an d

p a ssio n ed Sunday-

In T e x a s a lo n e— P a la c io s , L a m p a sa s. S ta m ­

s c h o o l w o rk e rs , an d c o m p a n ie s o f u n tra in ­

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rio u s p a rts o f th e S ta te , m a k e o p e n a v o w a l

b o rd e rs o f th e S ta te s e e k in g ta le n t f o r th e ir

o f t h e ir p u rp o se h e n c e fo rth t o d e v o t e th e m ­

p ro gram s, an d a ll o f th e m h a r e a ls o u tilis e d

s e lv e s

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C h ris tia n s e r v ic e th e L o r d m a y c h o o s e f o r

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th e s e

m e e tin g s

b are

gone

b eyo n d

O n e o f th e m o s t c o m m a n d in g fe a tu r e s o f th e s e

m e e tin g s

Is th e

s p le n d id

e x h ib itio n

w ith o u t

r e s e r v a tio n

to

w h a te v e r

th em . I

have

b een

a tte n d in g

th e s e

m e e tin g s

w h ic h th e y g iv e to m in is te r ia l an d la y ta l­

d u rin g th is h o t S o u th w e s te rn su m m e r, an d

ent

such s c e n es as th is h a v e c h a ra c te ris e d a ll

In

th e

hom e

chu rches.

R a r e ly

d oes

o n e find a m an fillin g a p la c e o n th e p ro ­

o f th e s e m e e tin g s .

g ra m w h o h as n o t a m e s s a g e f o r th e h ou r

v e n t a p p e a ls t o p e rs o n a l c o n s e c ra tio n

has

an d w h o d oes n o t d e l l r e r I t w it h g e n u in e

b een c a r r ie d th e w o r lf o f In s tru c tio n

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c e r n in g

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u n ction a n d p ow er. W h ile th e r e m a y b e d a n g e r o f to o g r e a t

A lo n g

v a rio u s

exp ect

in th e lif e o f th e' ch u rch es.

d iffic u lt

to

o v e r e s t im a t e

th e

in flu en c e th e r e Is up on th e d en o m in a tio n . T h e y s tir np a w o n d e rfu l a m ou n t o f n e ig h ­ b o r ly

s p ir t

an d

in fo rm a tio n ,

good

e n la r g e

fe llo w s h ip .

v is io n ,

Im p a rt

deepen

in te r ­

e s t, p ro m o te c o n s ec ra tio n , a n d in s p ire m is­ s io n a ry s e r v ic e

class o f m e e tin g s w h ich a r v s c a r c e ly fou n d In an y o th e r m e e tin g s h eld w ith in th e d en om lln atlon . N o t in fre q u e n tly h a v e w e s e e n such e x a m p les

of

su rre n d e re d

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Editor's Note: Of unusual Interest is the scheme for all-the-year-through evangelism for the Texas-Mexicans outlined below by Superintendent Chat. O. Daniel, of the Home Board Mexican work. The mild climate of Southwest Texas makes such a programme entirely feasible on the ground of comfort, and the Mexican fondness for open-air assemblies makes the tent fit into their predilections. We predict for the Texas-Mexlcan tent evangelistic meetings a large success, and we join Superintendent Daniel in asking the prayers of Southern Baptists for the blessings of God upon the enterprise. Our n e v

te n t Is a

b ea u ty , an d

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th a t th e y w e r e H e r e a n d th e re

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OF

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E V A N G E L IS T I C

STAFF.

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L E. RETNOLDS. Binging Evangelist.

Evangelism W n t o o B r u n e r. G e n e r a l E v i n t r l i i t .

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th e sp e a k ers. E v a n g e l i s t . O tto

B r o t h e r R a le ig h W r i g h t la c o n d u c tin g a m e e t in g a t N e w

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t h e ir h as

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m e e t in g e x te n d e d f a r b e y o n d th e m e m b e r­ T h e G c n e i^ l E v a n g e lis t p re a c h e d th e o p ­

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a ls o con d u cted th e m u sic a t M c C o m b , s in g ­

la r g e te n t Is t o b e s ecu red , an d B ro. F la k e

in g h is w a y w it h th e s im p le , s w e e t g o s p e l

h o p es f o r 100 y o u n g m e n to b e s a v ed . P ra y

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f o r v ig o r o u s

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w o rk .

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h o m a o r T e x a s w h o n ee d h is s e r v ic e s should w r i t e h im a t S h a w n e e , O k lah o m a.

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to

b e a t C hautauqua, X .

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tio n iz e d th e N o rth e rn P r e s b y te r ia n s In r e ­ to

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f o r ’ co n q u e st

o th e r d en o m in a tio n s to g o o d w o rk s .

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th a n

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In A m e r ic a , th e n ou r o p tim is m as to A m e r ic a n c iv iliz a tio n

r e c e iv e s a s e v e r e sh ock. A

fe w

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a r t ic le fro m h is v ig o ro u s pen on th e g e n e r a l th e m e o f H o m e M is s io n s an d th e S a c re d n e s s o f L a w . In

th e c o n v e r s a tio n J u d ge H lU y e r said th e r e w e r e 200 h o m ic id e s

in th e S ta te o f G e o r g ia d u rin g la s t y e a r. C o n fe d e r a te

s o ld ie r,

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fiv e

w ith in

th e S la t e o f G e o r g ia d u rin g th e la s t t w e lv e m on th s.

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In t h e ir h ea rts f a r o ft e n e r than th e y e x e c u te th e d es ign , b o w m a n y th ousan ds in G e o r g ia s h a ll w e s a y h ad m u rd e r In t h e ir h e m s ? G e o r g ia Is n o t w o rs e th a n o th e r S ta te s. Ten n essee th ro e s o f t r y in g to k e e p fr o m

Is e v e n

now

in

th e

re -e le c tio n a G o v e r n o r w h o h as o u tra g e d th e

s en s e o f Justice o f g o o d c itiz e n s th ro u gh o u t th e c o u n try b y h la ab u se o f th e p a rd o n in g p o w e r in g iv in g fre e d o m to c o n v ic te d c r im in a ls It Is h ig h tim e fo r th e C h ris tia n fo r c e s o f o u r c o u n try to a ro u se th e m s e lv e s to a g e n e r a l an d d e te rm in e d cru sa d e In th e n a m e an d s p ir it o f C h ris t a g a in s t th a t b ru tish p assio n , th a t e e lf-d e lflc a tlo n o f- s w e llin g p rid e In th e h um an h e a rt th a t Is ao ra m p a n t th a t It u t te r ly s c o ffs hum an a c c o u n ta b ility and causes th e b lo o d

o f o u r c itiz e n s

to

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t h e ir e te r n a l a c c o u n t In a s in g le S ta te in e v e r y th re e d a y s ! T h is s p ir t o f la w le s s n e s s Is a th re a t to ou r n atio n a l fu tu re th a t c a n n o t b e b a la n c e d b y th e lin in g up o r r e g im e n ts an d d rea d n a u gh ts.

W e s h a ll n a m e the

n a m e o f G od In v a in In o u r S t a le d ocu m en ts an d o n ou r m in te d c o in I f G od ■ h a ll n o t b e e n th ro n e d In th e h ea rts o f o u r p eop le. T h e c o u n try h as ju s t h ad th e b ru tish s p e c ta c le o f a N e g r o an d w h it e m a n engaged

in a

fu ll o f i t a n im a lism .

p r iz e fig h t a t - R e n o ,

N evada.

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s e c u la r p a p e rs h a v e b ee n

N e a r ly a il o f th e S ta te s ^ a v e o u tla w e d th is re v e r s io n

t o b ru ta l

T h e r e Is s om e c h e e r in f t e th o u g h t th a t m o s t o f o u r c itie s and

a n u m b e r o f th e S ta te s h a v e o u tla w e d s h o w s o f th e d e b a s in g s p e c ta c le .

th e p re s e n ta tio n

in

m o v in g p ic tu re

B u t In a C h ris tia n c iv iliz a t io n It o u g h t to

b e Im p o s s ib le th a t th e th in g shou ld h a v e ta k en p lace. W e s in c e r e ly h o p e th a t o u r N e g r o b re th re n In th e C h r is t ia n 'fa it h s h a ll n o t Tail to d o a ll th e y can t o p r e v e n t th is In te r-ra c ia l e x h ib itio n o f b ru ta lity rrotji d e m o r a liz in g a n d In ju r in g th e N e g r o e s , and w e k n o w th e r e a r e s c o re s o f N e g r o le a d e rs w h o w ill fa it h fu lly d o th e ir b est. W e as s in c e r e ly h o p e th a t th e w h it e p e o p le , an d e s p e c ia lly th e w h ite m in is ­ te r s an d o th e r le a d e r s

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s e r v ic e

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cen t N egro .

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g r e a t e r d e m o n ia c a l c r u e lty ly n c h e d h im , to o . I t Is h a rd ly n e c e s s a ry to r e m a r k h o w a p ro g re s s io n In th e lic e n s e o f th e la w le s s m o b is h e re m a n ife s t l y n c h i n g w h it e m en . an in n o c e n t N e g r o .

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th e p o w e r s o rd a in ed .o f C od to ru le. T h e w h o le ly n c h in g b u sin ess Is a fo u l b lo t upon o u r A m e r ic a n c iv iliz a tio n . T h e tr o u b le Ile a d e e p e r e v e n th a n th e a w fu l s p e c ta c le o f th e s e ly n c h in g * .

It

Is th e u n re b u k ed , g o d le s s , w ild s p ir it o f lic e n s e an d c o n te m p t f o r c o n s titu te d a u th o rity th a t lie s b eh in d th e o p e n m a n ife s ta tio n s o f th e s p irit, th a t c a u s e * e v e r y g o o d c itiz e n t o tre m b le . W e w o u ld th a t e v e r y m is s io n a r y o f th e H o m e

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an d

every

e v a n g e lis t m ig h t l i f t u p h is v o ic e in sea so n an d o u t o f sea so n a g a in s t th is d e s tr u c t iv e s p ir it o f- la w le s s n e s s .

W e w o u ld th a t e v e r y B a p tis t p a s to r In th e

e n t ir e S o u th w o u ld p re a c h on th is s u b jec t. W e B a p tis ts h a v e th e e a r o f th e S o u th ern th a n a n y o th e r d en o m in a tio n .

p e o p le m o re la r g e ly , p erh a p s ,

W it h re a s o n w e h a v e c o n g r a tu la te d o u rs e lv e s

o n th e d e v e lo p m e n t o f th e Id e a o f in d iv id u a lis m an d lib e r t y .

W e a r e m o re

re s p o n s ib le th an a n y b o d y o f C h ris tia n p e o p le in th e lan d t o teach th e p e o p le t o b e In s u b je c tio n to c o n s titu te d a u th o rity , a n d th a t lib e r t y an d lic e n s e a r e as f a r a p a r t as th e p oles. O u r e v e r y e ff o r t In c o n s tru c tiv e C h ris tia n w o rk , o u r H o m e

M iss io n w o r k

it s e lf, a n d a ll th a t w e h o ld d e a r as a b o d y o f C h ris tia n p e o p le sh a ll s u ffe r Ir r e m e d ia b ly fr o m d e m o ra liz a tio n and- w e a k n e s s u n less w e sh all use e ffe c tu a lly th e p o w e r w h ic h G od h as g iv e n us so to p res e n t th e d iv in e la w and th e s a lv a ­ tio n w h ic h ia In C h ris t th a t m en s h a ll fe a r C od and sh a ll b e o b e d ie n t to th e c iv il p o w e r s w h ic h h e h a s o rd a in ed . < = 1 4 M 4 $ S p& € = >

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d a y s a g o w e m e t D r. H o m e r M c M illa n , th e A s s o c ia t e S e c r e ta r y o f

th e S o u th e rn P r e s b y te r ia n H o m e M is s io n B o a rd , In a g r o c e r y s to re o n

B ro a d s t r e e t in A t la n ta , to w h ic h p la c e w e b ad b oth been a ttr a c te d b y a fin e d is p la y o f G e o r g ia m e lo n s a n d E lb e r t * p ea ch es.

S a id w e to o u r fr ie n d ;

" D r . M c M illa n , w e h a v e a s p le n d id a r t ic le fr o m th e pen o f J osep h E. .Mc­ A fe e , A s s is t a n t S e c r e ta r y o f th e N o r t h e r n P r e s b y te r ia n H o m e M is s io n B o a rd , w h ic h w e w i l l p u b lish In th e A u g u s t H o m e F ie ld ." W e r ig h t ly su p p o sed th a t th is In fo r m a tio n w o u ld e x c ite b oth th e a d m ira tio n an d e m u la tio n o f o u r P r e s b y te r ia n frie n d , f o r h e k n o w s as w e ll a s w e th a t M r. M c A fe e Is th e u n d isp u ted A m e r ic a n d ea n In th e re a lm o f H o m e M issio n p ro p a ga n d ise s. Then s tr ik in g

w e p ro c e e d e d to p oin ts.

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a c tiv itie s . T h e Illu s tra tio n s a r e a p t b y w h ic h M r, M c A fe e e n fo r c e s th e Id ea o f th e v a lu e o f a n a tio n a l an d s o c ia l o n en e ss in re c o m m e n d in g C h ris tia n ity to th e p e o p le s o f t h e e a rth .

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“ i f w e w a n t th e n a tio n s o f

e a rth to u n d erstan d C h ris tia n ity , w e h a v e g o t to h a v e a C h ris tia n iz e d n a tio n t o s h o w th e m ."

S a m p le s w i l l n o t s e rv e , h o w e v e r e x c e lle n t th e s am p les.

A fte r

a ll, Is n o t th o v a lu e o f C h r is tia n ity to a n a tio n ju s t In p ro p o rtio n to w h a t It ta a b le to d o to c le a n s e an d p u rify th e lire an d l i f t up th e id e a ls o f a n a tio n ? G od s p e ed th e d a y w h e n th e m o re th an £00,000 a lie n Im m ig ra n ts w h o g o b a ck to t h e ir n a t iv e lan d fro m A m e r ic a ea ch y e a r sh a ll, b ec a u se o f o u r 'in flu e n c e o n th e m w h ile th e y w e r e h ere, b e m is s io n a rie s o f th e g o s p e l o f C h ris t, te llin g th e g o o d n ew s as w e c a n n o t d o it to t h e ir o w n k in d re d and kind.

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