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The Truly Religious Man Does Not Embrace A Religion And He Who Embraces One Has No Religion.
~ Kahlil Gibran
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
To Feel The Right Emotions Is Fully As Important As To Hold The Right Ideas, And The Great Service Of Religion Is The Development Of The Right Emotions.
~ Geoffrey Parsons
The Fact That Astronomies Change While The Stars Abide Is A True Analogy Of Every Realm Of Human Life And Thought, Religion Not Least Of All. No Existent Theology Can Be A Final Formulation Of Spiritual Truth.
~ Harry Emerson Fosdick
The Artist Needs No Religion Beyond His Work.
~ Elbert Hubbard
Atheism Leaves A Man To Sense, To Philosophy, To Natural Piety, To Laws, To Reputation, All Which May Be Guides To An Outward Moral Virtue, Though Religion Were Not But Superstition Dismounts All These, And Erects An Absolute Monarchy In The Minds Of Men... The Master Of Superstition Is The People And Arguments Are Fitted To Practice, In A Reverse Order.
~ Francis Bacon
If Your Religion Does Not Make You Holy, It Will Damn You. It Is Simply Painted Pageantry To Go To Hell In.
~ Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Science And Religion No More Contradict Each Other Than Light And Electricity.
~ William Hiram Foulkes
Say Nothing Of My Religion. It Is Known To God And Myself Alone. Its Evidence Before The World Is To Be Sought In My Life If It Has Been Honest And Dutiful To Society The Religion Which Has Regulated It Cannot Be A Bad One.
~ Thomas Jefferson
Science Can Destroy Religion By Ignoring It As Well As By Disproving Its Tenets. No One Ever Demonstrated, So Far As I Am Aware, The Non-existence Of Zeus Or Thor - But They Have Few Followers Now.
~ Arthur C. Clarke
The Man Who Suffers From A Sense Of Sin Is Suffering From A Particular Kind Of Self-love. In All This Vast Universe The Thing That Appears To Him Of Most Importance Is That He Himself Should Be Virtuous. It Is A Grave Defect In Certain Forms Of Traditional Religion That They Have Encouraged This Particular Kind Of Self-absorption.
~ Bertrand Russell, The Conquest of Happiness
Man Without Religion Is The Creature Of Circumstances.
~ Augustus Hare