Thesaurus / beliefs

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Protestantism, to which those poor people have since surrendered, has not much changed their beliefs.

Absolute confidence in his own beliefs was joined to truest personal humility, and made the prophet.

It has been said that the proper study of mankind is man; and to study man we must study the beliefs of man.

Bygone BeliefsH. Stanley Redgrove

As a result of this group thought, feelings and beliefs are developed which are entertained by every individual of the community.

Of these beliefs the fast-decaying usages of the Maypole and the Harvest May still remind us.

History of ReligionAllan Menzies

The ultimate criterion of our beliefs, in short, is the consistency with which we hold them.

RationalismJohn Mackinnon Robertson

Inasmuch as all these beliefs are not universal, the missionary must exercise great prudence at all times.

That Auntie Jan loved them both with her whole heart was now one of the fixed stars in Tony's firmament of beliefs.

Jan and Her JobL. Allen Harker

It is a divine truth ever working in him, breaking into244 utterances, and giving to his beliefs and his life the highest dignity.

The ArenaVarious

Strange things these heathen superstitions and monstrous practices and beliefs called religions!

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