Is it not wonderful that the creator of all worlds, infinite in power and wisdom, could not hold his own against the gods of wood and stone Is it not strange that after he had appeared to his chosen people, delivered them from slavery, fed them by
Read it as you would any other book think of it as you would of any other get the bandage of reverence from your eyes drive from your heart the phantom of fear push from the throne of your brain the cowled form of superstition - then read the Holy Bible, and you will be amazed that you ever, for one moment, supposed a being of infinite wisdom, goodness, and purity to be the author of such ignorance and of such atrocity.
If we admit that some infinite being has controlled the destinies of persons and peoples, history becomes a most cruel and bloody farce
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