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Think Of How Many Religions Attempt To Validate Themselves With Prophecy. Think Of How Many People Rely On These Prophecies, However Vague, However Unfulfilled, To Support Or Prop Up Their Beliefs. Yet Has There Ever Been A Religion With The Prophetic Accuracy And Reliability Of Science?
~ Carl Sagan
Man Without Religion Is The Creature Of Circumstances.
~ Augustus Hare
Imagine There? S No Countries, It Isn? T Hard To Do; Nothing To Kill Or Die For, And No Religion Too. Imagine All The People Living Life In Peace.
~ John Lennon, Imagine
The Heart Of Religion Lies In Its Personal Pronouns.
~ Martin Luthe
History Does Not Record Anywhere At Any Time A Religion That Has Any Rational Basis. Religion Is A Crutch For People Not Strong Enough To Stand Up To The Unknown Without Help. But, Like Dandruff, Most People Do Have A Religion And Spend Time And Money On It And Seem To Derive Considerable Pleasure From Fiddling With It.
~ Robert Heinlein, Time Enough for Love (1972)
I Have Heard With Admiring Submission The Experience Of The Lady Who Declared That The Sense Of Being Well-dressed Gives A Feeling Of Inward Tranquillity Which Religion Is Powerless To Bestow.
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Science Without Religion Is Lame, Religion Without Science Is Blind.
~ Albert Einstein, "Science, Philosophy and Religion: a Symposium", 1941
Science Can Purify Religion From Error And Superstition. Religion Can Purify Science From Idolatry And False Absolutes.
~ Pope John Paul II (Karol Wojtyla), James Reston, Galileo, A Life, HarperCollins, NY, 1994, p 461
There Is No Religion Higher Than The Truth.
~ H Hahn Blavatsky
Counting Is The Religion Of This Generation It Is Its Hope And Its Salvation.
~ Gertrude Stein
Statesmen May Plan And Speculate For Liberty But It Is Religion And Morality Alone That Can Establish The Principles Upon Which Freedom Can Securely Stand.
~ John Adams
We Do Not Destroy Religion By Destroying Superstition.
~ Cicero
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