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  • Hugh Partridge (2005). Introduction to World Religions. Fortress Press. p. 445. ISBN 0800637143.  Many of the new religions attract individuals by the
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  • which is influenced by TM. Christopher Hugh Partridge (2005). Introduction to World Religions. Fortress Press. p. 445. ISBN 0800637143.  Both est and Landmark
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  • the non-existent. Rigveda in: Beth Wright A Study Companion to Introduction to World Religions, Fortress Press, 1 November 2013, p. 56 There are lovely
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  • Religion is a word which refers to approaches to human spirituality which usually encompass a set of narratives, symbols, beliefs and practices, often
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  • Religiousness (category Religion)
    This page is for quotes on religiousness or religiosity. See also: Religion and Irreligiousness Twenty times in the course of my late reading have
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  • Humanism (category Religion)
    chiefly prizes are modulation and flexibility. Lionel Trilling, in his "Introduction" to The Portable Matthew Arnold (1949) The aspects of society that humanism
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  • Theology (category Religion)
    of history that the Christian religion became heavily involved with theology. No other religion finds it necessary to formulate elaborately precise statements
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  • recognized also to include the freedom to change religion or not to follow any religion. The freedom to leave or discontinue membership in a religion or religious
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  • Language (category Religion)
    that is the white man's God, and the white man's religion; and that God would not have anything to do with the Indians." …I thought that God could only
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  • mind to atheism, but depth in philosophy bringeth men's minds about to religion." At the same time, when Bacon penned that sage epigram... he forgot to add
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  • recognize the possibility that the people rise to it, but must not lower itself to the people. Introduction to the Critical Journal of Philosophy, cited in
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  • Mencken, p. 955 Religion is too important a matter to its devotees to be a subject of ridicule. If they indulge in absurdities, they are to be pitied rather
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  • non-Muslims to the status of legal inferiors. Stealth Jihad: How Radical Islam Is Subverting America without Guns or Bombs, Introduction, page 5 They
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  • The All (category Religion)
    through the whole of Being. Henri-Frédéric Amiel, as quoted in the Introduction to The Journal Intime of Henri-Frédéric Amiel (1882), as translated by
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  • moral religions. The development from a religion of fear to moral religion is a great step in peoples' lives. And yet, that primitive religions are based
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  • by this religion that a human being is exalted. An introduction to this book Superior to all the religions is the Love of God and superior to all types
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  • the Principles of Human Knowledge, Introduction, §1' Philosophy, n. A route of many roads leading from nowhere to nothing. Ambrose Bierce, The Devil's
    56 KB (8,262 words) - 15:21, 23 May 2016
  • intellect is unqualified to pass. J. B. Bury, The Idea of Progress (1921) Introduction O star-eyed Science, hast thou wander'd there, To waft us home the message
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  • interconnected. Religion in the Making (February 1926), Lecture IV: "Truth and Criticism". We think in generalities, but we live in detail. To make the past
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  • rational conviction. Opinions in politics and religion are almost always held passionately. Introduction to 1961 edition of Sceptical Essays (1961) This
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