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William George Jordan

Author: William George Jordan Country: United States
Birth Date: 1864-03-06 Death Date: 1928-04-20
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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)
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"The man who votes the same ticket in politics, year after year, without caring for issues, men, or problems, merely voting in a certain way because he always has voted so, is sacrificing loyalty to truth, to a weak, mistaken, stubborn attachment to a worn out precedent. Such a man should stay in his cradle all his life; because he spent his early years there."

Source: 'The Power of Truth; Individual Problems and Posibilities,' Aug.1902 (pg 17 in 7th edition, Feb 1916)
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