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Page 51 - However, it is a fundamental human right, a privilege of nature, that every man should worship according to his own convictions : one man's religion neither harms nor helps another man. It is assuredly no part of religion to compel religion — to which free-will and not force should lead us — the sacrificial victims even being required of a willing mind.