What the world needs more than its religious doctrines is the willingness to abide by them, if they are true. While the creeds and doctrines of Christian sects are practically a unit in their statement of the fundamental truths concerning Deity, there is but little agreement as to the measure of their applicability to human affairs, and less willingness to adhere to them if they conflict with personal opinion or the deductions of material hypotheses.
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