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Voltaire, Philosophical Dictionary Quotes: The truths of religion are never so well understood as by those who have lost the power of reasoning.
         

The truths of religion are never so well understood as by those who have lost the power of reasoning.


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The truths of religion are never so well understood as by those who have lost the power of reasoning.
         



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