Religion: Antichrist's Ethic

"Beliefs are decisive. Beliefs made the Ten Years [1940-49] what they were. Catastrophic beliefs engendered catastrophe." Thus highbrow British Author Frederick A. Voigt, a member of the Church of England, diagnoses the illnesses of the times. The articles of modern man's creed, says Voigt, in England's Roman Catholic magazine The Month, are:

"Religion without God; Christianity without Christ; Christ without Antichrist; Heaven without Hell; works without faith; a God of Love but not of Wrath; a Church that can bless but cannot curse.

"We believe that God, almighty and incarnate, is but a benevolent Spirit; that Satan does not exist; that Christ was...

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