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Martin, Alfred W.Distinctive Features of the Ethical Movement by Alfred W. Martin - 1975
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At its very inception the Ethical Movement was a religious movement. The group of men and women who met on that memorable Sunday morning, May 15th, 1876, were in search of something wherewith to consecrate their lives. They were of one mind in the belief that the human spirit is all starved and forlorn save as it comes into vital contact with an ideal of holiness.
Muzzey, David SavilleAn Ethical Concept of God by David Saville Muzzey - 1980
One of the questions inevitably asked of a member of an Ethical Society is, Do you believe in God? At first sight this seems like a simple question which can be answered by Yes or No. But in reality it is a very complex question. Everybody except the avowed atheists (and they are comparatively few) believes in some kind of God. Even the devils, we are told, "believe and tremble." And no tribe of men has ever been found that did not have its gods.
Ethics As A Religion by David Saville Muzzey -
Miller, BenjaminResponsibility for One's Actions by Benjamin Miller - 1975
Take the case of a man in business. We shall say that he is an intelligent man with reasonable moral sensibilities, has a family to which he is devoted, plays a moderately active role in certain areas of the public life of his community, enjoys a normal social life with his friends, and has a responsible position with a business firm but works below the top-policy-making level.
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