Excerpt from Social Religion: An Interpretation of Christianity in Terms of Modern Life
Boundless wealth is appalled by the squalor grovelling at its doors. Along the avenue rushes Twentieth Century Civilization snugly ensconced in a motor; in the adjacent alley, Terror, in the semblance of a wolf, hunts with lolling tongue and hungry whine. Such so cial injustice - hideous in a barbaric society, grotesque in the United States - constitutes one of the problems of Social Religion.
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publisher: Forgotten Books (April 20, 2017)
isbn: 1330607694, 978-1330607695,
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