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I read the other day an account of a meeting between John Knox and John
Calvin. Imagine a dialogue between a pestilence and a famine! Imagine a
conversation between a block and an ax! As I read their conversation it
seemed to me as though John Knox and John Calvin were made for each
other; that they fitted each other like the upper and lower jaws of a
wild beast. They believed happiness was a crime; they looked upon
laughter as blasphemy; and they did all they could to destroy every
human feeling, and to fill the mind with the infinite gloom of
predestination and eternal death. They taught the doctrine that god had
a right to damn us because he made us. That is just the reason that he
has not a right to damn us. There is some dust. Unconscious dust! What
right has god to change that unconscious dust into a human being, when
he knows that human being will sin; when he knows that human being will
suffer eternal agony? Why not leave him in the unconscious dust? What
right has an infinite god to add to the sum of human agony?
    -- Robert Green Ingersoll, "What Must We Do To Be Saved", 1880

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