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C.N. Douglas, comp.  Forty Thousand Quotations: Prose and Poetical.  1917.
 
Pagan
 
  Paganism worships creation instead of the Creator.
William Cave.    
  1
  Paganism attributes the creation of the world to blind chance.
Richard Baxter.    
  2
  The natural religion of the pagan philosophers was mixed with fancies and dreams.
Saurin.    
  3
  In paganism light is mixed with darkness, and religion and truth are blended with superstition and error.
Lindley Murray.    
  4
  When a pagan race comes in contact with a Christian race, they are converted, absorbed, or exterminated.
Joseph Bartlett.    
  5
  The pagan religion, which prohibited only some of the grosser crimes, and which stopped the hand but meddled not with the heart, might have crimes that were inexplicable.
Montesquieu.    
  6
  The exhaustion of taste, genius, and splendor upon its fables and ceremonies, even to our times, constitute the ancient paganism a marvel of all that was attractive and magnificent.
R. W. Hamilton.    
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