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AGE OF REitfSON half I it's been my goal, for numerous years earlier, to post my options upon faith. i'm good conscious of the problems that attend the topic, and from that attention, had reserved it to a extra complicated interval of lifestyles. T meant it to be the final providing I may still make to my fellow-citizens of all international locations, and that at a time whilst the purity of the purpose that precipitated me to it, couldn't admit of a query, even by way of those that could disapprove the paintings. The situation that has now taken position in Prance of the complete abolition of the complete nationwide order of priesthood, and of each tiling appertaining to compulsive platforms of faith, and compulsive articles of religion, has not just caused my purpose, yet Tendered a piece of this type really helpful, lest within the common smash of superstition, of fake platforms of presidency, and fake theology, we lose sight of morality, of humanity, and of the theology that's actual. As numerous of my coll
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