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"The man who has a certain religious belief and fears to discuss it, lest it may be proved wrong, is not loyal to his belief, he has but a coward's faithfulness to his prejudices. If he were a lover of truth, he would be willing at any moment to surrender his belief for a higher, better, and truer faith."

Source: 'The Power of Truth; Individual Problems and Posibilities,' Aug.1902 (pg 16-17 in 7th edition, Feb 1916)
Author: Jordan, William George
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"Without religion this world would be something not fit to be mentioned in polite society, I mean hell. So far from believing in the total and universal depravity of human nature, I believe there is no individual totally depraved. The most abandoned scoundrel that ever existed, never yet wholly extinguished his conscience, and while conscience remains there is some religion."

Source: Letter to Thomas Jefferson, April 19, 1817 (From Quincy MA)
Author: Adams, John
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