Excerpt from Religious Views of the Society of Friends
Such a conception of. Truth is simple, but it is far reaching. Thrown into.the crucible with this powerful sol vent, much that was thought and still is thought essential in the systems of religion is consumed. For if religion is simple, and not complex; if it is a practical work, and not a formula of doctrine, or program of ritual; if we may neglect pope and presbyter, and turn away from cloister and cathedral, to hear the voice of God within our own souls, a great structure, dogmatic, ecclesiastical, ceremonial.
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