The Politics of Religion

Modern Idolatry vs. Christian Science

The Assayer

In every so-called civilized country, in all ages, the politics of the nation has been drawn, to a greater or less extent, from the religion of the people. In the degree that a religion has reflected divine Truth, in that proportion has its moral force dominated the judiciary and civil government of the people.

Man-made theories and opinions about God which lack the force to demonstrate their truth and practical application to the every-day needs of men and nations, constitute the dogmas on which are founded the idolatry of religious and political creeds, with their accompanying superstitions and slavery.

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