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McCabe, Joseph


The Church and the People




Watts & Company










1st edition






Quoted from the front cover of the book.

"The Church is, as usual, adapting its claim to the mood of the hour, and is assuring the workers that organized Christianity always was their friend. Mr. McCabe falls upon this claim with his heaviest historical weapons, and destroys the last vestige of its validity. In a short and clear account of the development of the European worker since the days of Roman salvery, he sets out a terrible indictment of Christianity, which ought to be put in the hands of every worker."

"Quoted from a paragraph appended to the author's "Preface."

"Since my work was written the Church of England has issued the report of its Committee of Inquiry on "Christianity and Industrial Problems." It is an appalling plea of "guilty" to the charges I make in this book. It admits the remissness of Christianity in face of slavery and serfdom, and in regard to the modern phase it makes the terrible confession: "We have allowed avarice and selfishness and  grinding competition to work havoc over the broad spaces of human life." I respect the Church's candour. The phrase, "The Great Lying Church," now passes to the Church of Rome. But what an end to four centuries of wealth and power."

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