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During the thirty-fifth annual Church Congress of the Protestant Episcopal Church (1919), clergy members seemed to agree that Christian leaders were needlessly complicit concerning their support for the First World War and were guilty of substituting Christian principles for patriotism:

"Christianity has betrayed itself body and soul".

If you would like to read about the spirit of disillusion that permeated post-war literature, click here.

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In the War's Aftermath Came Spiritual Disillusion (Current Opinion Magazine, 1919)

In the War's Aftermath Came Spiritual Disillusion (Current Opinion Magazine, 1919)

In the War's Aftermath Came Spiritual Disillusion (Current Opinion Magazine, 1919)

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