"Civic righteousness and the Kingdom of God are bound up in each other. We are learning anew that Christ's commission to his followers is not primarily to increase the census of heaven, but to make down here a righteous society in which Christ's will be done, his kingdom come . . . . [T]o redeem society and to purify and protect government, are results directly expected from the preaching of the gospel and the Christian education of young people of this rising generation, and that, therefore, every wrong, public, private and social, retards the commission of the consummation of our King."
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From the Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Convention, 35 (1908). Cited in Hamburger, Separation of Church and State, 377.