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Golding, Henry J.The Foundations of Our Belief by Henry J. Golding - 1926
To read the story of the world of humanity by the sole light of a single body of writings, however nobly inspired, is to shut out "the many-splendored thing," to blind oneself to the vistas opening before the advancing spirit of man. Moreover, the assumption of divine authority for any set of dogmas exalts assent above inquiry, uniformity above uniqueness or subordinates growth to prescription.
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