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Religion Quotes

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...what can be asserted without evidence can also be dismissed without evidence.

A church is a hospital for sinners, not a museum for saints.

A firm belief atthracts facts. They come out iv holes in the ground an' cracks in th' wall to support belief, but they run away fr'm doubt.

A good life is the only religion.

A life that will bear the inspection of men and of God is the only certificate of true religion.

A man who puts aside his religion because he is going into society, is like one taking off his shoes because he is about to walk upon thorns.

A Puritan is a person who lives in the fear that someone, somewhere, may be having a good time.

A religion that never suffices to govern a man will never suffice to save him. - That which does not distinguish him from a sinful world, will never distinguish him from a perishing world.

A ritual religion is generally light and gay, not serious in its spirit; all religions being so, which cast responsibility into outward observances.

A Unitarian very earnestly disbelieves what everyone else believes.

Aim at heaven and you will get earth thrown in. Aim at earth and you get neither.

All belief that does not render us more happy, more free, more loving, more active, more calm, is, I fear, an erroneous and superstitious belief.

All humble, meek, merciful, just, pious, and devout souls are everywhere of one religion, and when death has taken off the mask, they will know one another, though the divers liveries they wear make them strangers.

All Religions are equal and good, if only the people that practice them are honest people; and if Turks and heathens came and wanted to live here in this country, we would build them mosques and churches. See quote detail

All religions die of one disease, that of being found out.

All the naturalistic religions are founded upon the assumption that nature - which "never did betray the heart that loved her" - is discoverable and ready to serve as an infallible guide.

All the principles which religion teaches, and all the habits which it forms, are favorable to strength of mind. It will be found that whatever purifies, also fortifies the heart.

An atheist is a man who has no invisible means of support.

An everyday religion - one that loves the duties of our common walk; one that makes an honest man; one that accomplishes an intellectual and moral growth in the subject; one that works in all weather, and improves all opportunities, will best and most healthily promote the growth of a church and the power of the Gospel.

Anything that makes religion a second object makes it no object. - He who offers to God a second place offers him no place.

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