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"Nature! We are surrounded and embraced by her: powerless to separate ourselves from her, and powerless to penetrate beyond her. Without asking, or warning, she snatches us up into her circling dance, and whirls us on until we are tired, and drop from her arms." J. W. Von Goethe, Nature (1869).
Includes quotations from past intellectual luminaries such as David Hume, René Descartes, Bertrand Russell, Voltaire; modern thinkers Carl Sagan, E. O. Wilson, the Rev. Donald Morgan, and many others.
Did the Founding Fathers of the United States really mean to disentangle the Church from the State? This comprehensive quotation list attempts to demonstrate so. Read what the founders had to say about Separation, as well as what they said regarding their own religious views. You might be surprised.
Gould's thoughts on evolutionary theory, science, philosophy, and creationism. Excellent reading. (See the S.J.Gould page for further details.)
Einstein had many interesting and provocative views on philosophy and religion. This page captures some of his finest.
Precisely what the title implies.
Was Hitler an atheist as some Christians say he was? Hitler's own words make this claim rather dubious. Scholars are still unsure whether or not Adolf Hitler was a believing Christian, or just a politically cunning theist. Though what is certain however is there is no evidence he was an atheist. This page documents some of his religious views, as he personally described them.
Excerpts from some of the most significant court decisions regarding State/Church Separation, as well as several cases involving the recent legislative efforts to get creationism taught in public classrooms.
A variety of statements from leading American political figures which supports sincere religious freedomor to use Jefferson's more poetic and modern imageryan impregnable "wall of separation between church and state."
Think the Bible is perfect? Here's a large list of errancy by Jim Merritt.