There is not in all the pulpits ingenuity enough to harmonize these ignorant and stupid contradictions
More Quotes from Robert Ingersoll:Custom meets us at the cradle and leaves us only at the tomb
Every cradle asks us, Whence and every coffin, Whither The poor barbarian, weeping above his dead, can answer these questions as intelligently as the robed priest of the most authentic creed.
It is safe to say that every truth in the histories of those times (The Bible) is the result of accident or mistake
The Declaration of Independence was a denial, and the first denial of a nation, of the infamous dogma that God confers the right upon one man to govern others
To hate man and worship god seems to be the sum of all the creeds
Blasphemy is an epithet bestowed by superstition upon common sense
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