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George Salmon (25 September 1819 – 22 January 1904) was an Irish mathematician and Anglican theologian. After working in algebraic geometry for two decades, Salmon devoted the last forty years of his life to theology.
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- In early times of Christianity, even those who used animal food themselves came to think of the vegetarian as one who lived a higher life, and approached more nearly to Christian perfection.
- A Historical Introduction to the Study of the Books of the New Testament (London: John Murray, 1885; 4th ed. 1889), p. 203.
- The delusion of invincibility can never grow up in the mind of anyone except one who has never met a strong antagonist.
- The Infallibility of the Church (London: John Murray, 1888; 4th ed. 1914), p. 111.