The clergy of all men ought to make it their one strenuous...

The clergy of all men ought to make it their one strenuous effort to free themselves from bias, to examine into facts and give credence to nothing calculated to provoke nor which is not irrefutably established, to make their deductions rationally and dispassionately, to exhibit a due sense of proportion, to realize that a drastic remedy can never be justified save for the most desperate disease, to discountenance appeals to passion and prejudice, and to rebuke sternly the spirit of hatred and uncharitableness.

John George Goddard.

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