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William Gladden on the Fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man

2013-02-06 9:11 AM | Daniel

"If God is the Father of all men, all men are brethren; and there can be but one law for home and school and shop and factory and market and court and legislative hall. One child of the common Father can not enslave another nor exploit another; the strong and the fortunate and the wise can not take advantage of the weak and the crippled and the ignorant, and enrich themselves by spoiling their neighbors; each must care for the welfare of all, and all must minister to the good of each. This is the law of brotherhood which directly follows from Christ’s doctrine of Fatherhood, and which is beginning to be seriously considered, all over the world, as the only solution of the problems of society."

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