Excerpt from The Youth's Companion, Vol. 5: A Juvenile Monthly Magazine; June, 1885
To be a Christian is not merely to respect religion, to consider it good and useful, to acknowledge that Christianity has inspired noble deeds; that is simply to judge fairly, and to possess the good sense of an intelligent man. In order to hold such opinions as these, nothing is needed but to rise above vulgar prejudices, and to despise the pointless sneers of a shallow philosophy.
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