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The First Forty Years of Washington Society: Portrayed by the Family Letters ... - Page 127
by Margaret Bayard Smith - 1906 - 424 pages
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The Life and Writings of ...

Thomas Jefferson - 1900 - 476 pages
...these different paths we shall all meet in the end. (To Miles King, 1814. C. VI., 388.) RELIGION. For it is in our lives and not from our words, that...must have a positive, a declared assent to all their interest absurdities. My opinion is that there would never have been an infidel, if there never had...
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The Life and Writings of Thomas Jefferson: Including All of His Important ...

Samuel Eagle Forman - JEFFERSON, THOMAS, 1743-1826 - 1900 - 474 pages
...these different paths we shall all meet in the end. (To Miles King, 1814. C. VI., 388.) RELIGION. For it is in our lives and not from our words, that...must have a positive, a declared assent to all their interest absurdities. My opinion is that there would never have been an infidel, if there never had...
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Records - Columbia Historical Society of Washington, Volume 4

Washington (D.C.) - 1901
...between our God and our consciences for which we were accountable to him, and not to the priests. I never told my own religion nor scrutinized that of...same test the world must judge me. But this does not satisf v the priesthood, they must have a positive, a declared assent to all their interested absurdities....
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The True Thomas Jefferson

William Eleroy Curtis - 1901 - 395 pages
...nor wished to change another's creed. I have ever judged of the religion of others by their lives, for it is in our lives and not from our words, that our religion must be read." Jefferson was, moreover, a man of deep religious sentiment. This is shown by abundant evidence in his...
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Letters and Addresses of Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson - United States - 1905 - 328 pages
...told my own religion, nor scrutinized that of another. I never attempted to make a convert, nor wished to change another's creed. I have ever judged of the...be read. By the same test the world must judge me. On Slavery To Dr. Thomas Humphreys MONTICELLO, February 8, 1817. Dear Sir: Your favor of January 2d...
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Letters and Addresses of Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson - United States - 1905 - 328 pages
...told my own religion, nor scrutinized that of another. I never attempted to make a convert, nor wished to change another's creed. I have ever judged of the...religion must be read. By the same test the world must j udge me. On Slavery To Dr. Thomas Humphreys MONTICELLO, February 8, 1817. Dear Sir: Your favor of...
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Master Thoughts of Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson - Biography & Autobiography - 1907 - 196 pages
...to change another's creed. I have ever judged of anothers religion by their lives ... for it is from our lives, and not from our words, that our religion...be read. By the same test the world must judge me. 15. 60. M HOLD (without appeal to revelation) that when we take a view of the universe, in its parts,...
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The Religious Life of Thomas Jefferson

Charles B. Sanford - Biography & Autobiography - 1988 - 246 pages
...making public explanations. He insisted that people must judge his virtue by his character, declaring, "It is in our lives, and not from our words, that our religion must be read." The most that he would do in his own defense was to prepare a "Syllabus of the Doctrines of Jesus"...
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Thomas Jefferson: His Words and Vision

Thomas Jefferson - History - 1998
...wished to change another's creed. I have ever judged of the religion of others by their lives . . . For it is in our lives, and not from our words, that our religion must be read. [1816 Letter to Mrs. Samuel H. Smith] -k Compulsion in religion is distinguished peculiarly from compulsion...
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Wisdom Through the Ages-Book Three

Helen Granat - Quotations
...MARILYN FERGUSON Ethical existence is the highest manifestation of spirituality. ALBERT SCHWEITZER It is in our lives, and not from our words, that our religion must be read. THOMAS JEFFERSON I conceive the essential task of religion to be "to develop the consciences, the ideals,...
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