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    Discipline and Other Sermons

    by Charles Kingsley

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    We hold that because we are not under the law, but under grace, there is no condemnation for sin--at least for the special sort of sin which happens to be in fashion, which is now-a-days the sin of making money at all risks. We hold that there is one law of morality for the kingdom of heaven, and another for the kingdom of mammon. Therefore we hold, more and more, that when money is in question anything and everything is fair. There are--we have reason to know it just now but too well--thousands who will sell their honour, their honesty, yea, their own souls, for a few paltry pounds, and think no shame.

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