Christianity Quotes

Christianity Quotes

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5 Christianity Quotes from Literature

I have noticed that the Christianity of a certain class of respectable people begins when they open their prayer-books at eleven o'clock on Sunday morning, and ends when they shut them up again at one o'clock on Sunday afternoon. Nothing so astonishes and insults Christians of this sort as reminding them of their Christianity on a week-day. ~ Armadale by Wilkie Collins Scratch the Christian and you find the Pagan--spoiled. ~ Children of the Ghetto by Israel Zangwill His Christianity was muscular. ~ Endymion by Benjamin Disraeli I am an average good Christian, when you don't push my Christianity too far. And all the rest of you–which is a great comfort–are, in this respect, much the same as I am. ~ The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins "Peggotty!" repeated Miss Betsey, with some indignation. "Do you mean to say, child, that any human being has gone into a Christian church, and got herself named Peggotty?" ~ David Copperfield by Charles Dickens


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