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If cathedrals had been universities
If dungeons of the Inquisition had been laboratories
If Christians had believed in character instead of creed
If they had taken from the bible only that which is GOOD and thrown away the wicked and absurd
If temple domes had been observatories
If priests had been philosophers
If missionaries had taught useful arts instead of bible lore
If astrology had been astronomy
If the black arts had been chemistry,
If superstition had been science
If religion had been humanity
The world then would be a heaven filled with love and liberty and joy
Robert Ingersoll, 1833-99