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Nationalism good and bad  

LORD HUGH CECIL [an MP for the University of Oxford and a prominent High Churchman] thinks nationalism so evil a thing that he would like to see an effort made by Christian ministers in all countries to enforce as a commonplace that nationalism, equally with war, is inconsistent with Christianity. What does he understand by nationalism? Its first definition in standard dictionaries is “patriotic feeling, principles, or efforts”. That is not contrary to the spirit of Christianity, ...

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