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Ingersoll, Robert G A believer is a bird in a cage Meditation 251
Voltaire A clergyman is one who feels Meditation 130
Butler, Samuel A credulous mind ... finds most delight Meditation 622
Jefferson, Thomas A cult is a religion with Meditation 484
Whitehead, Alfred North A danger sign of the lapse from true skepticism Meditation 450
Heinlein, Robert A A desire not to butt into other people's Meditation 505
Mulcahy, Father (M.A.S.H.) A faith of convenience is a hollow faith Meditation 122
Clarke, Arthur C A faith that cannot survive collision with Meditation 337
Dunne, Finley Peter A fanatic is a man who does Meditation 286
Mencken, HL A Galileo could no more be elected president Meditation 105
James, William A great many people think they are Meditation 471
Stevenson, Adlai E A lie is an abomination unto the Lord Meditation 301
Spong, John Shelby A major function of fundamentalist religion Meditation 152
Vique A man without religion Meditation 112
Einstein, Albert A man's ethical behavior... Meditation 162
Washburn, Lemuel K A miracle is not an explanation of Meditation 601
Dewey, John A moral principle is not Meditation 105
Hubbard, Elbert A mystic is a person who Meditation 180
Feibleman, James A myth is a religion in which Meditation 142
Planck, Max A new scientific truth does not triumph Meditation 471
de La Bruyere, Jean A pious man is one who Meditation 325
Ellis, Havelock A religion can no more afford to degrade Meditation 180
Haldeman-Julius, E A sober, devout man will interpret 'God's will' Meditation 201
Gibbon, Edward A state of skepticism and suspense may amuse Meditation 170
Associated Press A Texas evangelist fled Cambodia on Saturday Meditation 201
Anonymous A wise man can see more from Meditation 505
Voltaire A witty saying proves Meditation 471
Hoffer, Eric Absolute faith corrupts as Meditation 579
Zukav, Gary Acceptance without proof is Meditation 89
Russell, Bertrand According to St. Thomas, the soul Meditation 601
Twain, Mark Adam was but human Meditation 364
Close, Chuck After a few days in hospital, I was thinking, Meditation 211
Nietzsche, Friedrich After coming in contact with a religious man Meditation 89
Bumpersticker After the Rapture Meditation 364
Jennings, Gary After the survivor of the Spanish conquest Meditation 211
Schiller, Frederich von Against stupidity, the Gods themselves Meditation 117
McLachlan, Matthew Age doesn't always bring wisdom, Meditation 484
Huxley, Thomas Henry Agnosticism is not properly described as a Meditation 526
Williams, Henry A All fanaticism is a strategy Meditation 286
Twain, Mark All gods are better than their conduct Meditation 425
Shaw, George Bernard All great truths begin as blasphemies. Meditation 211
Aristotle All men by nature desire Meditation 635
Paine, Thomas All national institutions of churches Meditation 96
Heller, Joseph All of our religions but the |Judaic Meditation 471
Shaw, George Bernard All progress depends on... Meditation 89
Poe, Edgar Allen All religion, my friend, is simply evolved Meditation 211
Stendahl All religions are founded on the fear of Meditation 201
Nietzsche, Friedrich All religions bear traces of the fact Meditation 275
Frederick the Great All religions must be tolerated... Meditation 105
Bakunin, Mikhail A All religions, with their gods, Meditation 130
Twain, Mark Always acknowledge a fault. Meditation 117
Twain, Mark Always do right. Meditation 122
Zappa, Frank America was founded by the refuse of the Meditation 96
Butler, Samuel An apology for the devil... Meditation 64
Khayyam, Omar And that inverted Bowl we call The Sky Meditation 190
New York Times Any organization could profit Meditation 142
Heinlein, Robert A Any priest or shaman must be presumed guilty Meditation 122
Paine, Thomas Any system of religion Meditation 117
Brandon, Nathaniel Anyone who engages in the practice of Meditation 275
Sade, Marquis de Anything beyond the limits and grasp of Meditation 201
Kant, Immanuel Apart from moral conduct, all that man Meditation 221
Bierce, Ambrose Arma Virumque Meditation 180
Burbank, Luther As a scientist, I cannot help feeling that Meditation 325
Scanlon, Russell As far as I'm concerned, fundamentalism, Meditation 130
Einstein, Albert As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, Meditation 484
Voltaire As long as people believe in absurdities Meditation 241
Capra, Fritjof As long as we do science, some things Meditation 450
Emerson, Ralph Waldo As men's prayers are a disease of the will Meditation 275
Most, Johann As set forth by theologians, Meditation 201
Heydt, Wilson As soon as you are willing to discard Meditation 211
Holly As the days go by, we face the increasing Meditation 75
Protagoras As to the gods, I have no way of knowing Meditation 337
Nietzsche, Friedrich Assuming that he believes at all Meditation 241
Dedering, FW Astrology is Taurus Meditation 425
Moore, Patrick Astrology proves just one Meditation 579
Fitzgerald, F Scott At 18, our convictions are hills Meditation 211
Brazelton, Dr. T Barry At first I wanted to be... Meditation 83
Shaw, George Bernard At present there is not a single credible Meditation 96
Sagan, Carl At the heart of pseudoscience Meditation 190
Welsh, Nick Back when I was still a recovering Catholic, Meditation 526
Buddha Be not misled by reports or tradition or Meditation 180
Bruce, Lenny Because I'm Jewish, a lot of people ask Meditation 301
Mather, Joshua David Belief and sincerity do not Meditation 579
Buddha Believe nothing... Meditation 162
Borg, Marcus J Believing cannot tip the scales Meditation 231
Shaw, George Bernard Beware of the man whose God Meditation 117
Haldane, J.B.S Blake expressed some doubt as to whether Meditation 425
Eliot, George Blessed is the man who Meditation 579
Lincoln, Abraham But I cannot give liberty of conscience to Meditation 241
Glassco, John But I was not, to use the theological Meditation 142
LeGuin, Ursula K By such literalism, fundamentalism, Meditation 142
von Hayek, Friedrich By the age of fifteen, I had convinced myself Meditation 112
Waters, Roger By the cold and religious Meditation 241
Steinem, Gloria By the year 2000, we will, I hope, Meditation 337
Frankfurter, Felix Certainly the affirmative pursuit of one's Meditation 260
Socrates Children today are tyrants. Meditation 401
Feiffer, Jules Christ died for our sins. Meditation 286
Butler, Samuel Christ was only crucified once Meditation 286
Voltaire Christianity is the most ridiculous Meditation 313
Russell, Bertrand Christians hold that their faith does good Meditation 275
Montesquieu, Baron de Churchmen are interested in keeping Meditation 325
Washburn, Lemuel K Civilization has come about... Meditation 75
Raymo, Chet Coincidence is the evidence of Meditation 622
Krakauer, Jon Common senses is no match... Meditation 162
Mill, John Stuart Co-operation, like other difficult things Meditation 484
Ingersoll, Robert G Creationists use facts the same way a drunk Meditation 425
Haldeman-Julius, E Credulity is not a crime for the individual Meditation 105
Sitwell, Edit Death is nothing to us Meditation 526
Kristoff, Nicholas D Despite the lack of scientific or historical Meditation 286
Freud, Sigmund Devout believers are safeguarded Meditation 170
Brecht, Dertolt Do not fear death so much Meditation 622
Ross, Stanley Ralph Do television evangelists do more Meditation 401
Nicholson, Jack Do unto others. Meditation 117
Velikovsky, Immanuel Don't be afraid to face the facts Meditation 112
Horowitz, David Don't bury the life you have been given Meditation 526
Aiken, Howard Don't worry about people stealing Meditation 471
Schultz, Charles Don't worry about the world coming to an end Meditation 221
Poincare, Henri Doubt everything or believe everything Meditation 425
Voltaire Doubt is not a pleasant condition, Meditation 152
Madison, James During almost fifteen centuries Meditation 269
Santayana, George Each religion, so dear to those whose life Meditation 105
Russell, Bertrand Ethics is in origin the art Meditation 170
Bruce, Lenny Every day, people are straying away Meditation 380
Voltaire Every sensible man, every honest man, Meditation 325
Moynihan, Daniel Patrick Everyone is entitled to his own opinion but Meditation 505
Bonaparte, Napoleon Everything is more or less organized matter. Meditation 142
Murphy, Rex Everything written, if it has anything in it, will Meditation 505
Trumble, Dennis R Evidence carefully sifted can be enlisted to Meditation 364
Swaggart, Jimmy Evolution is a bankrupt speculative philosophy Meditation 635
Hume, David Examine the religious principles Meditation 286
Rand, Ayn Existence exists - Meditation 162
Sagan, Carl Extraordinary claims... Meditation 83
Huxley, Aldous Facts do not cease to exist Meditation 505
Hoffer, Eric Faith in a holy cause Meditation 170
Walker, Barbara G Faith in God necessarily implies Meditation 130
Barker, Dan Faith is a cop-out. Meditation 622
Keller, Paul Faith is a euphemism for... Meditation 64
Dickinson, Emily Faith is a fine invention Meditation 579
Twain, Mark Faith is believing what Meditation 301
Barth, Karl Faith is never identical with piety. Meditation 180
Dawkins, Richard Faith is the great cop-out Meditation 349
Mencken, HL Faith may be defined briefly Meditation 269
Rand, Ayn Faith, as such, is extremely detrimental Meditation 190
Davies, Robertson Fanaticism is . . . Meditation 275
Ruth, Babe Fear is the main source of superstition Meditation 547
Ingersoll, Robert G Few nations have been so poor Meditation 349
Russell, Bertrand Few people can be happy unless they hate Meditation 260
Twain, Mark Few things are harder to put up with Meditation 622
Tyrrell, John First prove to me, objectively Meditation 64
Feynman, Richard For a successful technology, reality must Meditation 484
Ingersoll, Robert G For ages, a deadly conflict has been waged Meditation 221
Burns, George For centuries, theologians have been explaining Meditation 547
Leahy, Patrick For the church to say that abortion is not Meditation 190
Ambler, Eric For the skeptic there remains only one Meditation 96
Bukowski, Charles For those who believe in God, Meditation 142
Rushdie, Salman Free speech is the whole thing, Meditation 105
Krishnamurti, Jiddu Freedom from the desire for an answer Meditation 601
Tolstoy, Leo Freethinkers are those who are willing to use Meditation 122
Heller, Joseph From men motivated by moral certitude, Meditation 484
Theresa of Avila (Saint) From silly devotions and from sour-faced saints, Meditation 221
Rushdie, Salman Fundamentalism isn't about religion... Meditation 75
Hume, David Generally speaking, the errors in religion Meditation 117
Ingersoll, Robert G Give the church a place in the Constitution, Meditation 190
Paine, Thomas Give to every other human being Meditation 152
Washburn, Lemuel K God cannot be put into the national Constitution Meditation 260
Voltaire God created sex. Meditation 170
Gaiman, Neil God does not play dice with the universe; Meditation 130
Pratchett, Terry God does not play dice with the universe; Meditation 130
Marat, Jean Paul God has always been hard Meditation 251
Baraka, Imamu Amiri God has been replaced Meditation 117
Faure, Elie God is a child who amuses himself, Meditation 201
Voltaire God is a comedian... Meditation 112
Lennon, John God is a concept by which Meditation 180
Bukowski, Charles God is a lonely place Meditation 105
Nietzsche, Friedrich God is dead Meditation 170
McCaughey, JD God is dead, but Meditation 401
Heinlein, Robert A God is omnipotent, omniscient Meditation 96
Harris, Emmylou God is the big question mark. Meditation 241
Mencken, HL God is the immemorial refuge... Meditation 152
Valery, Paul God made everything out of nothing Meditation 286
Butler, Samuel God was satisfied with Meditation 286
Twain, Mark God, so atrocious in the Old Testament Meditation 349
Cohen, Chapman Gods are fragile things; Meditation 89
Twain, Mark God's inhumanity to man Meditation 450
Twain, Mark God's noblest work? Meditation 401
Saroyan, William Good people are good because Meditation 505
Bonaparte, Napoleon Governments only keep their promises... Meditation 162
Ingersoll, Robert G Hands that help are far better Meditation 364
Kundera, Milan Hate traps us by binding us Meditation 547
Shaw, George Bernard He is a barbarian and thinks Meditation 425
Amis, Kingsley He was of the faith chiefly in the sense Meditation 269
Chinese Proverb He who asks is a fool for five minutes, Meditation 484
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor He who begins by loving Christianity... Meditation 83
Holden, William M Hell is paved with Meditation 286
Carlin, George Here's another question I've been pondering Meditation 275
Heinlein, Robert A History doesn't record... Meditation 75
Matthews, Tony History has shown us that we have Meditation 484
Heinlein, Robert A History has the relation to truth Meditation 89
Montesquieu, Baron de History is full of religious wars; Meditation 301
Washburn, Lemuel K History shows that there is nothing so easy Meditation 221
Carlin, George Honesty may be the best policy Meditation 325
Allen, Woody How can I believe in God Meditation 241
Draper, John W How can the Church be received Meditation 170
Vonnegut, Kurt How comforting and encouraging Meditation 122
Lincoln, Abraham How many legs does a dog have if Meditation 547
Heller, Joseph How much reverence can you have Meditation 380
Asimov, Isaac However much the creationist leaders might Meditation 425
Adams, Douglas Human beings, who are alomst unique in Meditation 547
Wells, HG Human history becomes more and more Meditation 579
Boorstin, Daniel Human models are more vivid Meditation 471
Asimov, Isaac Humanity has the stars in its future, Meditation 117
Einstein, Albert I am a deeply religious nonbeliever Meditation 349
Confucius I am a fortunate man. Meditation 401
Dawkins, Richard I am against religion because it teaches Meditation 275
Bush, George W I am also mindful that man should never Meditation 313
Darrow, Clarence I am an agnostic; Meditation 162
Russell, Bertrand I am constantly asked Meditation 83
Lewis, Sinclair I am convinced that everything that is Meditation 622
Lamb, Charles I am determined that my children shall Meditation 337
Fields, W.C I am free of all prejudices. Meditation 64
Wilde, Oscar I am not young enough Meditation 579
Huxley, Thomas Henry I am too much of a skeptic Meditation 190
Mahar, Bill I believe Dr. Kevorkian is onto something. Meditation 313
Kennedy, John F I believe in an America where the separation Meditation 260
Wright, Frank Lloyd I believe in God, only I spell it Nature. Meditation 201
Feynman, Richard I believe that a scientist looking at Meditation 622
Nelson ,Willie I believe that all roads lead to the same place Meditation 231
Twain, Mark I believe that our Heavenly Father invented Meditation 635
Zola, Emil I believe that the future of mankind lies in Meditation 337
Edison, Thomas I cannot believe in the immortality of the soul Meditation 313
Einstein, Albert I cannot imagine a God Meditation 96
Darwin, Charles I cannot persuade myself that a beneficent and Meditation 260
Twain, Mark I cannot see how a man of any Meditation 301
Roberts, Stephen F I contend that we are both atheists. Meditation 130
Mencken, HL I detest converts almost as much as Meditation 337
Thoreau, Henry I didn't know I had a quarrel with him. Meditation 162
Anthony, Susan B I distrust those people who know so well Meditation 130
Paine, Thomas I do not believe in the creed professed Meditation 269
Taft, William Howard I do not believe in the divinity of Christ, Meditation 325
Rushdie, Salman I do not envy people Meditation 112
Galilei, Galileo I do not feel oblighed to believe that Meditation 601
Douglas, William O I do not know of any salvation for society except Meditation 337
Russell, Bertrand I do not pretend to be able to prove Meditation 349
Asimov, Isaac I don't believe in an afterlife Meditation 526
Darrow, Clarence I don't believe in god because Meditation 201
Clarke, Arthur C I don't believe in God, but Meditation 286
Miller, Arthur I don't believe in the... Meditation 162
Feynman, Richard I don't have to know an answer. Meditation 105
Krakauer, Jon I don't know if God even exists, Meditation 142
Renard, Jules I don't know if God exists, but Meditation 83
Maughm, Somerset I don't know why it is that the religious never Meditation 221
Kerouac, Jack I don't know. I don't care, Meditation 380
Tyrrell, John I enjoy life far too much to waste Meditation 122
Harrison, Harry I face reality and admit Meditation 112
Falwell, Jerry I feel most ministers who claim Meditation 152
Buck, Pearl S I feel no need for any other faith Meditation 269
Twain, Mark I find that the further I go back, Meditation 337
Adams, Douglas I find the whole business of religion... Meditation 75
Russell, Bertrand I found one day in school a boy of medium size Meditation 75
Simplot, JR I got no religion in me Meditation 89
Kant, Immanuel I had to set limits to knowledge Meditation 83
Franklin, Benjamin I have found Christian dogma unintelligible. Meditation 64
Meeri, Khudair I have found that 90 per cent of religious beliefs Meditation 170
Gibran, Kahlil I have learnt silence from the talkative Meditation 622
Ingersoll, Robert G I have little confidence Meditation 152
Voltaire I have never made but one prayer to God, Meditation 380
Twain, Mark I have no special regard for Satan Meditation 364
Buchanan, James I have not met an intelligent person whose Meditation 275
Diderot, Denis I have not the hope of being immortal Meditation 325
Boorstin, Daniel I have observed that the world has suffered Meditation 286
Diderot, Denis I have only a small flickering light Meditation 601
Jefferson, Thomas I have recently been examining Meditation 301
Koestler, Arthur I have repeatedly stressed that the selfish Meditation 180
Mullally, Joe I judge a religion as... Meditation 75
Emerson, Ralph Waldo I like the silence of a church Meditation 269
Pagels, Heinz I like to browse in occult bookshops Meditation 251
Gregory, Dick I never believed in Santa Claus because Meditation 313
Rosten, Leo I never cease being dumbfounded by Meditation 635
Nicholson, Jack I resist all established beliefs. Meditation 105
Mizner, Wilson I respect faith, but doubt is what Meditation 635
Bakunin, Mikhail A I reverse the phrase of Voltaire Meditation 349
Carlin, George I say if you're going to go for the Angel Meditation 286
Barber, Ron I see these two legendary men Meditation 180
Wilde, Oscar I sometimes think that God, in creating Meditation 601
Waters, John I thank God I was raised Catholic, Meditation 190
Goldwater, Barry I think every good Christian... Meditation 75
John, Elton I think people should be free to engage in Meditation 601
Russell, Bertrand I think we ought always to entertain our Meditation 635
Ingersoll, Robert G I want it so that every minister will not be Meditation 122
Falwell, Jerry I want you to have all the academic freedom Meditation 425
Russell, Bertrand I wish to propose for the reader Meditation 64
Clarke, Arthur C I would defend the liberty of consenting adult Meditation 505
Nixon, Richard M. I would have nade a Meditation 579
Carlin, George I would never want to be a member of a group Meditation 313
Whitehead, Alfred North Ideas won't keep. Meditation 601
Ingersoll, Robert G If a man would follow, today, the teachings Meditation 275
Deacon, George If absolute power corrupts absolutely Meditation 579
Freud, Sigmund If all the evidence put forward Meditation 180
Smith, Cameron M If an entirely new scientific theory with more Meditation 401
Sullivan, Charles If an entirely new scientific theory with more Meditation 401
Aurelius, Marcus If anyone can show me, and prove to me, Meditation 89
Bruce, Lenny If Christ had died in the 20th Century Meditation 275
Tyrrell, John If Christ is the answer Meditation 579
Rand, Ayn If devotion to truth is the hallmatk Meditation 89
McKinsey, Dennis If God kills, lies, cheats, discriminates, Meditation 269
proverb (Jewish) If God lived on Earth Meditation 313
Bluestone, Ed If God wanted sex to be fun, Meditation 325
Alfonso the Wise If I had been present at creation Meditation 241
Smith, Margaret If I had been the Virgin Mary Meditation 251
Thoreau, Henry If I knew for certain that a man was coming Meditation 122
Rushdie, Salman If I were asked for a one sentence Meditation 201
Twain, Mark If I were going to construct a God Meditation 505
Carlyle, Thomas If Jesus Christ were to come today, Meditation 170
Asimov, Isaac If knowledge can create problems Meditation 635
Orwell, George If liberty means anything at all Meditation 130
Evans-Pritchard, EE If primitive religion could be explained away Meditation 96
Cohen, Morris If religion cannot restrain evil Meditation 89
Rogers, Will If stupidity got us into Meditation 622
Ingersoll, Robert G If the Bible and my brain... Meditation 89
Bryan, William Jennings If the Bible and the microscope do not agee Meditation 450
Brown, Justin If the Bible is mistaken in telling us Meditation 349
Eckhart, Meister If the only prayer you said Meditation 83
Hume, David If there ba a soul Meditation 313
de Goncourt, Jules If there is a God, atheism must strike Him as Meditation 105
Washburn, Lemuel K If there were no ministers and no priests Meditation 201
Dietrich, Marlene If there's a supreme being Meditation 286
Goldwater, Barry If they chased every man or woman out of Meditation 337
Tyrrell, John If this supposedly omniscient and perfect god Meditation 211
Montesquieu, Baron de If triangles made a god, Meditation 313
Einstein, Albert If we knew what it was we were doing, Meditation 450
Sagan, Carl If we long to believe that the stars Meditation 401
Huxley, Aldous If we must play the theological game Meditation 180
Stevenson, Adlai E If we value the pursuit of knowledge Meditation 635
Washburn, Lemuel K If wisdom and diamonds... Meditation 83
Burroughs, William F If you are doing business Meditation 122
Richler, Mordecai If you don't count some of Jehovah's injunctions Meditation 313
Nietzsche, Friedrich If you gaze long enough into an abyss Meditation 601
Biafra, Jello If you love God Meditation 241
Marquis, Don If you make people think they're thinking Meditation 471
Tagore, Rabindranath If you shut your door to all errors, Meditation 505
Spector, Phil If you talk to God, Meditation 221
Szasz, Thomas If you talk to God... Meditation 75
Bok, Derek If you think education is expensive, Meditation 301
Russell, Bertrand If you think that your belief is based upon reason Meditation 471
Sagan, Carl If you want to save your child... Meditation 152
Ustinov, Peter If you would be a real seeker after truth Meditation 526
Charles, Ray I'm a firm believer in God himself, Meditation 152
Allen, Woody I'm astounded by people who Meditation 286
Carlin, George I'm completely in favor of the separation Meditation 221
Simpson, Homer I'm not normally a religious man, Meditation 112
Asimov, Isaac Imagine the people who believe such things Meditation 251
Stokes, Anson Phelps In addition, the New York Supreme Court Meditation 260
Dietrich, Marlene In America, sex is an obsession. Meditation 301
Ellison, Harlan In an early class, one of the students asked me Meditation 221
Heine, Heinerich In dark ages people are best guided by religion Meditation 64
Twain, Mark In God We Trust. It is the choicest compliment Meditation 325
Ingersoll, Robert G In nature there are neither rewards nor Meditation 286
Bonaparte, Napoleon In politics, stupidity... Meditation 117
Galilei, Galileo In questions of science, the authority of Meditation 450
Twain, Mark In religion and in politics Meditation 526
Sagan, Carl In science it often happens that scientists say Meditation 380
Gould, Stephen Jay In science, "fact" can only mean Meditation 601
Friedman, Kinky In six days the Lord created the heavens Meditation 380
Mill, John Stuart In sober truth, nearly all the things Meditation 349
Freud, Sigmund In the long run, nothing can withstand Meditation 112
Pliny the Elder In these matters the only certainty is Meditation 505
Hughes, Frank C In this "sacred book" of family scandals Meditation 64
Born, Max Intellect distinguishes between the possible and Meditation 622
Leary, Timothy Intelligence is the... Meditation 162
Eley, Steve Invisible Pink Unicorns are beings of awesome Meditation 231
Twain, Mark Irreverence is the champion of liberty Meditation 337
Epicurus Is god willing to prevent evil... Meditation 64
Miller, Dennis Is intelligence a liability Meditation 349
Twain, Mark It ain't the parts of the Bible Meditation 83
Darwin, Charles It appears to me (whether rightly or wrongly) Meditation 190
Jefferson, Thomas It has been fifty and six years since Meditation 152
Lincoln, Abraham It has been my experience that folks who Meditation 425
Darwin, Charles It has often and confidently been asserted Meditation 425
Publilius Syrus It is a bad plan that Meditation 401
Pavlov, Ivan It is a good morning exercise for a Meditation 547
Ingersoll, Robert G It is a lie, Meditation 142
Ingersoll, Robert G It is a thousand times better Meditation 241
Maxwell, James Clerk It is a universal condition of the enjoyable that Meditation 601
Hilton, Peter It is a wry commentary on the value-system Meditation 211
Steinem, Gloria It is an incredible con job Meditation 64
Ingersoll, Robert G It is an old habit... Meditation 142
Twain, Mark It is best to read the weather forcast Meditation 180
Billings, Josh It is better to know nothing Meditation 130
Nietzsche, Friedrich It is better to know nothing Meditation 122
Twain, Mark It is by the goodness of Meditation 579
Ingersoll, Robert G It is contended by many that ours is a Christian Meditation 260
Leclerc, Georges-Louis It is easier to dream up Meditation 325
Shelley, Percy Bysshe It is easier to suppose Meditation 83
Osborne, John It is easy to ask the ulimate questions Meditation 251
Sagan, Carl It is far better to grasp the Universe Meditation 484
Epictetus It is impossible for a man to begin Meditation 471
Russell, Bertrand It is not altogether true that persuasion Meditation 484
Feuerbach, Ludwig It is not as in the Bible Meditation 349
Twain, Mark It is not best to use our morals weekdays Meditation 380
Russell, Bertrand It is not by prayer and humility Meditation 286
Aeschylus It is not the oath that makes.. Meditation 401
Menander It is not white hair that Meditation 601
Simpson, George Gaylord It is obvious that the great majority of humans Meditation 622
Russell, Bertrand It is possible that mankind is on the threshold Meditation 231
Whitehead, Alfred North It is the business of the future Meditation 325
Siegel, Bernie S. It is the experience of living that Meditation 579
de Vries, Peter It is the final proof of God's omnipotence Meditation 241
Poincare, Henri It is through science that we prove Meditation 471
Chase, Ilka It is usually when men are Meditation 89
Diderot, Denis It is very important not to Meditation 579
Pascal, Blaise It is very much better to know something Meditation 122
Durrell, Lawrence it is with God we must be Meditation 89
Keller, Helen It is wonderful how much time good people Meditation 170
Clifford, William K It is wrong always, everywhere, Meditation 349
Clarke, Arthur C It may be our role on this planet Meditation 325
Lincoln, Abraham It will not do to investigate the subject of religion Meditation 231
Austen, Jane It will, I believe, be everywhere found, that Meditation 547
Freud, Sigmund It would be very nice if there were Meditation 349
Chesterton, G. K. It's not the world that has got so much worse Meditation 380
Venter, J Craig It's unequvocally clear that life begins Meditation 89
Rushdie, Salman It's very, very easy... Meditation 117
Carlin, George I've begun worshipping the sun Meditation 130
Nietzsche, Friedrich Jesus died too soon. Meditation 364
Lennon, John Jesus was all right, but his disciples Meditation 241
Voltaire Judge a man by Meditation 579
Holmes Jr., Oliver Wendell Just think of the tragedy of teaching Meditation 622
Rostand, Jean Kill one man and you are a murderer Meditation 251
Gunther, John Laws alone can not secure Meditation 547
Confucius Learning without thought is Meditation 505
Ovid Let others praise ancient times; Meditation 301
Adams, John Let the human mind loose Meditation 337
Bacon, Francis Let the mind be enlarged... Meditation 450
Ingersoll, Robert G Let us put theology out of religion Meditation 260
Douglass, Frederick Liberty is meaningless Meditation 105
Hancock, Butch Life in Lubbock, Texas, taught me Meditation 83
Amos, Wally "Famous" Life isn't fair. Meditation 526
Franklin, Benjamin Lighthouses are more helpful Meditation 313
Rogers, Will Live your life so that Meditation 579
Reeve, Christopher Living in fear is not living at all. Meditation 221
Heinlein, Robert A Look friends, the only possible way to enjoy Meditation 450
Sweeney, Julia Losing my faith was the most spiritual thing Meditation 64
O'Rourke, PJ Making fun of born-again Christians Meditation 152
Russell, Bertrand Man is a credulous animal Meditation 75
Russell, Bertrand Man is a credulous animal, Meditation 221
Twain, Mark Man is a Religious Animal. Meditation 180
de Montaigne, Michel Man is certainly stark mad... Meditation 75
Sartre, Jean-Paul Man is condemned to be free; Meditation 211
Eliade, Mircea Man makes himself... Meditation 83
Bronowski, Jacob Man masters nature not by force Meditation 526
Luyah, Hal Lee Man was predestined Meditation 401
Diderot, Denis Mankind have banned the Divinity from Meditation 96
Leary, Timothy Man's best friend is his dogma Meditation 105
Asimov, Isaac Man's greatest asset is Meditation 484
Seneca the Younger Many men would have arrived at wisdom Meditation 313
Orwell, George Many people genuinely do not wish to be saints, Meditation 152
Ogilvie, O.C. Marriage ceremony: an incredible metaphysical... Meditation 142
Heinlein, Robert A Men rarely (if ever) manage to Meditation 142
Diderot, Denis Men will never be free until Meditation 286
Caesar, Julius Men willingly believe what they wish. Meditation 231
Ertz, Susan Millions long for immortality Meditation 83
Coward, Noel Miss Erickson looked even more peculiar Meditation 364
Macauley, Dame Rose Most of my friends are not Christians Meditation 337
McEwan, Ian Mostly, we are good when it makes sense. Meditation 105
Paine, Thomas My country is the world.. Meditation 64
Buffett, Jimmy My head hurts, Meditation 112
Russell, Bertrand My own view of religion is Meditation 325
Owen, Robert My reason taught me that I could not have Meditation 112
Einstein, Albert My religiosity consists in a humble admiration Meditation 269
Morley, Christopher My theology, briefly, is that the universe Meditation 364
Nietzsche, Friedrich Mystical explanations are considered deep. Meditation 170
France, Anatole Nature has no principles. Meditation 190
Dawkins, Richard Nearly all peoples have developed Meditation 349
Freud, Sigmund Neither in my private life nor in my writings Meditation 313
Reeve, Christopher Never accept ultimatums, Meditation 211
Bonaparte, Napoleon Never ascribe to malice that which Meditation 471
Heinlein, Robert A Never attribute to conspiracy that which Meditation 471
Asimov, Isaac Never let your morals Meditation 601
Heinlein, Robert A Never underestimae the power Meditation 112
Washburn, Lemuel K No creed can be stretched to Meditation 180
Sanger, Margaret No gods, no masters Meditation 313
Montesquieu, Baron de No kingdom has ever suffered as many Meditation 325
Washburn, Lemuel K No man ever yet tore down his altar Meditation 190
Titus Maccius Plautus No man is wise enough Meditation 526
Poe, Edgar Allen No man who ever lived knows any more Meditation 275
Tomlin, Lily No matter how cynical you become Meditation 337
Burke, Edmund No passion so effectively robs the mind Meditation 635
Hume, David No testimony is sufficient to establish Meditation 364
Freud, Sigmund No, our science is no illusion. Meditation 190
Huxley, Aldous Nobody can have the consolations of religion Meditation 105
Durrell, Lawrence None of the great religions Meditation 96
Stein, Ben Not a shred of evidence exists in favor of Meditation 547
Plautus, Titus Maccius Not by age, but by capacity Meditation 505
Trotsky, Leon Not only in peasant homes Meditation 269
Russell, Bertrand Not to be absolutely certain Meditation 526
Dr. Pepper Now please state the scientific theory of Meditation 526
de Gourmont, Remy Of all the sexual aberrations, Meditation 401
Lewis, C.S. Of all tyrannies a tyranny exercised for the good Meditation 221
Berry, Chuck Of the five most important things Meditation 89
Vidal, Gore Once people get hung up on theology, Meditation 152
Colie, Rosalie Once you have denied the principles of science Meditation 313
Voltaire One always begins with the simple Meditation 450
Orwell, George One cannot judge... Meditation 162
Watson, James D One could not be a successful scientist Meditation 471
Ebner-Eisenbach, Maria von One has to do good for it to exist Meditation 170
Russell, Bertrand One occasion for the theological intervention Meditation 275
Twain, Mark One of the proofs of the immortality Meditation 337
Sagan, Carl One of the saddest lessons Meditation 162
Tyrrell, John One person's blasphemy is another's Meditation 471
Nietzsche, Friedrich One should not go into church Meditation 231
Einstein, Albert One thing I have learned in a long life Meditation 471
Lichtenburg, Georg Christoph One's first step in wisdom is to Meditation 635
Cooper, Thomas Only fraud and falsehood Meditation 105
Mencken, HL Only the mediocre can be Meditation 547
Einstein, Albert Only two things are infinite... Meditation 122
Huxley, Julian Operationally, God is beginning to resemble Meditation 190
Hobbes, Thomas Opinion of ghosts, ignorance of Meditation 275
Hermann, Mike Organized religion is like organized crime; Meditation 117
Crick, Francis Orgel's Second Rule: Meditation 484
Ingersoll, Robert G Our hope of immortality does not come Meditation 251
Bernard, Claude Our ideas are only intellectual instruments Meditation 211
Oakeshott, Michael Our predicament is not the difficulty of attaining Meditation 484
Tyrrell, John Over 10,000 religions Meditation 75
Keller, Helen People do not like to think Meditation 231
Atkinson, Brooks People everywhere enjoy believing things Meditation 251
Vauvenargues People find happiness both in Meditation 122
Whitehead, Alfred North People make the mistake of talking about Meditation 211
Washburn, Lemuel K People who most rely on God Meditation 170
Barry, Dave People who want to share their religious views Meditation 130
Lorenz, Konrad Perfect as the wing of a bird may be Meditation 622
Auden, W. H. Pleasure is by no means an infallible guide Meditation 401
Douglas, William O Political or religious dissenters are Meditation 337
Spinoza, Baruch Popular religion may be summed up Meditation 337
Acton, John Emerich E.D. Power tends to corrupt and Meditation 579
Dalberg-Acton, John Emerich Power tends to corrupt and Meditation 251
Bierce, Ambrose Pray: To ask the laws of the universe to be Meditation 190
Kingsolver, Barbara Prayer had always struck me as... Meditation 142
Geisel, Theodore Seuss Preachers in pulpits talked about Meditation 231
Levine, Mark Proof is not anecdotal. Proof is Meditation 635
Asimov, Isaac Properly read, the Bible is Meditation 337
Jefferson, Thomas Question with boldness even the existence Meditation 269
Pascal, Blaise Reason commands us much more imperiously Meditation 231
Atkins, PW Religion closes off the central questions Meditation 190
Twain, Mark Religion consists in a set of things Meditation 180
Flynt, Larry Religion has caused more harm than Meditation 180
Ingersoll, Robert G Religion has not civilized man Meditation 117
Lucretius Religion has the power to induce Meditation 122
Wilde, Oscar Religion is a fashionable substitute Meditation 117
Bizet, Georges Religion is a means of exploitation Meditation 201
Gibbon, Edward Religion is a mere question of geography Meditation 152
Freud, Sigmund Religion is an illusion Meditation 425
Russell, Bertrand Religion is based primarily and mainly upon fear. Meditation 260
Anonymous Religion is for people who are afraid.. Meditation 64
Mencken, HL Religion is fundamentally opposed Meditation 96
Butler, Samuel Religion is in the interest of churches Meditation 275
Hitchens, Christopher Religion is not just ingongruent Meditation 170
Seneca, Lucius Amaeus Religion is regarded by the common people Meditation 64
Durrell, Lawrence Religion is simply art bastardized Meditation 112
Hebbel, Friedrich Religion is the highest vanity. Meditation 180
Marx Karl Religion is the sigh of the oppressed Meditation 349
Kant, Immanuel Religion is too important a matter Meditation 301
Dawkins, Richard Religion is unusual among divisive labels Meditation 211
Bonaparte, Napoleon Religion is what keeps... Meditation 83
Seneca Religion is what the common people Meditation 130
Hitchens, Christopher Religion of every kind involves the promise Meditation 112
O'Malley, Austin Religion often gets credit for curing rascals Meditation 201
Freud, Sigmund Religion restricts the play of choice Meditation 269
Ingersoll, Robert G Religion supports nobody Meditation 201
Wallace, Jr. WJ Religion to me is much like the story Meditation 251
Whitehead, Alfred North Religion will not regain its old power Meditation 260
Allen, Hervey Religions change; Meditation 142
Morris, Desmond Religious Displays, as distinct from religious Meditation 112
Russell, Bertrand Remember your humanity... Meditation 64
Rees, J Tudor Reputation is what you are in the limelight; Meditation 231
Szent-Gyoergi, Albert Research is to see what everybody else Meditation 484
Hypatia Reserve your right to think, Meditation 380
Meyers, Seth Reverend Paul Barnes, the pastor of a Denver Meditation 601
Aristotle Rhetoric is usefull because Meditation 526
Wilson, Colin Ridding oneself of this feeling that Meditation 505
proverb (Hindu) Saints fly only in the eyes of their disciples. Meditation 96
Vonnegut, Kurt Say what you will about Meditation 96
Diderot, Denis Scepticism is the first step toward truth Meditation 221
Illich, Ivan School is an institution built on the axiom Meditation 471
Rubbia, Carlo Science for me is very close to art. Meditation 450
Holmes, Oliver Wendell Science is a first-rate piece of furniture Meditation 260
Ford, Harrison Science is facts; just as houses are made of Meditation 547
Flanders, Ned Science is like a blabbermouth Meditation 251
Huxley, Thomas Henry Science is nothing but trained and organized Meditation 635
Wilde, Oscar Science is the record of dead religions. Meditation 260
Russell, Bertrand Science tells us what we can know Meditation 112
Einstein, Albert Science without religion is lame Meditation 96
Godfrey, Laurie Scientific creationism may be poor science Meditation 425
Haldane, J.B.S Scientific education and religious education are Meditation 251
Lal, Pravin Scientific theories are judged by Meditation 579
Montagu, Ashley Scientists believe in proof without certainty Meditation 425
Tyrrell, John Seek only the truth; Meditation 221
Wilde, Oscar Selfishness is not living as one wishes to live, Meditation 152
Jefferson, Thomas Shake off all the fears of servile Meditation 349
Douglas, Norman Shall I give you my recipe for happiness? Meditation 152
Russell, Bertrand Since evolution became fashionable Meditation 269
Polybius Since the masses of the people are inconsistent, Meditation 201
Anonymous So many Christians long for integration of church Meditation 260
Russell, Bertrand Some advanced thinkers are of the opinion Meditation 547
Dickinson, Emily Some keep the Sabbath Meditation 269
Hodgson, Ralph Some things have to be believed to be seen. Meditation 180
Atkins, PW Someone with a fresh mind, Meditation 96
Clarke, Arthur C Sometimes I think we're alone in the universe Meditation 313
Twain, Mark Sometimes too much to drink Meditation 105
Vizinczey, Stephen Strange as it may seem, no amount of learning Meditation 211
Austen, Jane Such evil deeds Meditation 526
Mencken, HL Sunday school: a prison in which children Meditation 221
Dietrich, Marlene Superstitions are habits Meditation 325
Twain, Mark Suppose you were an idiot Meditation 286
Ingersoll, Robert G Suppose, however, that God did give Meditation 180
Russell, Bertrand Supposing you got a crate of oranges Meditation 201
Ingersoll, Robert G Take from the church the miraculous Meditation 96
Harris, Sam Tell a devout Christian that his wife is Meditation 401
Nietzsche, Friedrich The advent of the Christian God, Meditation 301
Russell, Bertrand The agnostic is not quite so certain as Meditation 622
Rand, Ayn The alleged shortcut to knowledge Meditation 275
Steinem, Gloria The art of acting morally Meditation 170
King, Stephen The beauty of religious mania Meditation 122
Herbert, Frank The beginning of knowledge is the discovery Meditation 450
Conrad, Joseph The belief in a supernatural source of evil Meditation 89
Bonaparte, Napoleon The best way to keep... Meditation 122
Lavner, Lynn The Bible contains six admonishments to Meditation 622
Spong, John Shelby The Bible has lost every major battle Meditation 231
Lincoln, Abraham The Bible is not my Book Meditation 269
Davies, Robertson The Bible takes much of its colour from Meditation 241
Chesterton, G. K. The Bible tells us to love Meditation 601
Miller, Dennis The biggest conspiracy has always been Meditation 401
Dobzhansky, Theodosius The business of proving evolution Meditation 579
White, Andrew Dickson The cardinal doctrine of a fanatic's creed Meditation 142
Anonymous The chicken probably came before the egg Meditation 269
Asimov, Isaac The chief characteristic of the religion of Meditation 201
Diderot, Denis The Christian religion teaches us to imitate Meditation 313
Hume, David The Christian religion was not only the first Meditation 301
Nietzsche, Friedrich The Christian resolution... Meditation 75
Russell, Bertrand The Christian view that all intercourse outside Meditation 269
O'Hair, Madalyn The church doctrines of obedience to authority Meditation 269
Magellan, Ferdinand The Church says that the Earth is flat... Meditation 75
Shaw, George Bernard The churches must learn humility Meditation 211
Thomas, Lewis The cloning of humans is on most of the lists Meditation 622
Bush, Vannevar The common idea that scientists reject a theory Meditation 471
Plimer, Ian The creationists have this creator who Meditation 601
Haldane, J.B.S The Creator, if He exists, Meditation 484
Washburn, Lemuel K The cross everywhere is a dagger Meditation 484
Johnston, Denis The Cross is a gibbet Meditation 231
Russell, Bertrand The date of the creation of the world Meditation 505
Jackson, Robert H The day that this country ceases to be free Meditation 260
Jefferson, Thomas The day will come when the mystical Meditation 301
Kant, Immanuel The death of dogma is Meditation 301
Russell, Bertrand The demand for certainty is Meditation 579
Mencken, HL The difference between a moral man... Meditation 64
Maurois, Andre The difficult part in an argument Meditation 170
Catholic Church The doctrine that the earth... Meditation 83
Gould, Stephen Jay The effort to understand the universe Meditation 547
Zappa, Frank The essence of Christianity is told to us Meditation 401
Nealon, Kevin The ethical argument regarding abortion Meditation 380
Amin, Qasim The evidence of history confirms Meditation 211
Sagan, Carl The evidence, so far at least Meditation 601
Salacrou, Armand The existence of a world without God Meditation 349
Sartre, Jean-Paul The existentialist thinks it very distressing Meditation 349
Lichtenburg, Georg Christoph The fact that a believer is happier than a skeptic Meditation 526
Shaw, George Bernard The fact that a believer... Meditation 152
Russell, Bertrand The fact that an opinion has been widely held Meditation 313
Weinberg, Steven The fact that Newton and Michael Faraday Meditation 635
Heinlein, Robert A The faith in which I was brought up Meditation 112
Glasgow, Arnold H The fewer the facts, the Meditation 601
Marx Karl The first requisite for the happiness of Meditation 364
Gill, Brendan The first step to getting the things you want Meditation 635
Shakespeare, William The fool doth think himself wise Meditation 505
Huang Po The foolish reject Meditation 349
Buddha The gift of truth excels Meditation 425
Hardin, Garret The god who is reputed to have created fleas Meditation 425
Plautus, Titus Maccius The gods play games with men Meditation 241
Aristotle The gods too, are fond Meditation 301
Guindon, Richard The good Lord never gives you more Meditation 251
Rand, Ayn The good, say the mystics of spirit, is God Meditation 231
Treaty with Tripoli The government of the United States is Meditation 260
Wilde, Oscar The great mystery of the world... Meditation 162
Field, David Dudley The greatest achievement ever made Meditation 260
Rauch, Jonathan The greatest development in modern religion Meditation 152
Disraeli, Benjamin The greatest good you can do... Meditation 152
Butterfield, Sir Herbert The greatest menace to our civilization today Meditation 112
Montessori, Maria The greatest step forward in human evolution Meditation 231
Wallace, Jr. WJ The greatest threat presented by modern religion Meditation 201
Ingersoll, Robert G The hands that help are better Meditation 301
Aristotle The high-minded man must care more for Meditation 450
Tozer The history of mankind... Meditation 64
Mussolini, Benito The history of saints is mainly Meditation 337
Rushdie, Salman The idea of the sacred... Meditation 142
McKown, Delo The invisible and the non-existant... Meditation 64
Aristotle The least initial deviation from the truth Meditation 117
Darwin, Charles The main conclusion arrived at in my work Meditation 450
Washburn, Lemuel K The man who gets on his knees Meditation 130
Hume, David The many instances of forged miracles Meditation 117
Le Bon, Gustave The masses have never thirsted Meditation 96
Galbraith, J.K. The men of the technostructure are the new Meditation 221
Washburn, Lemuel K The minister must take his pious grasp Meditation 301
Connolly, Billy The more you know Meditation 130
Gould, Stephen Jay The most erroneous stories are those Meditation 450
Trumble, Dennis R The myriad approaches adopted by Meditation 364
Darwin, Charles The mystery of the beginning of all things Meditation 241
Diodorus Siculus The myths about Hades and the gods Meditation 269
Smith, Sidney The observances of the church concerning feasts Meditation 190
Santayana, George The older I grow the more I distrust Meditation 505
Sontag, Susan The only interesting answers Meditation 162
Keats, John The only means of strengthening one's intellect Meditation 471
Chamfort, Nicholas The only thing that keeps god from Meditation 301
Groen, Rick The only thing that makes a text sacred Meditation 130
LeGuin, Ursula K The only thing that makes life possible is Meditation 505
Eisenhower, Dwight D The only way they'll ever get me into church Meditation 231
Hoffer, Eric The opposite of the religious fanatic Meditation 117
Simpson, George Gaylord The opposition to teaching evolution is Meditation 635
Ward, William Arthur The pessimist complains about the wind, Meditation 122
Socrates The point which I would first understand Meditation 401
Cicero The problem with people who have no vices Meditation 547
Broun, Heywood The pursuit of happiness belongs to us, Meditation 221
Adams, John The question before the human race is Meditation 130
Twain, Mark The radical invents the views. Meditation 450
Lippmann, Walter The radical novelty of modern science Meditation 260
Khayyam, Omar The revelations of the devout and learn'd Meditation 275
Asimov, Isaac The saddest aspect of life Meditation 547
Shaw, George Bernard The savage bows down... Meditation 75
Douglass, Frederick The simplest truths Meditation 112
Twain, Mark The spirit of wrath Meditation 364
Hubbard, Elbert The supernatural is the natural Meditation 251
Sagan, Carl The suppression of uncomfortable ideas Meditation 526
Mill, John Stuart The tendency has always been strong to believe Meditation 241
Fitzgerald, F Scott The test of a first-rate intelligence is Meditation 450
Gibran, Kahlil The test of courage comes when we are Meditation 547
Fields, Emmet F The Theologian is an owl, Meditation 96
Lunn, Arnold The theory that... Meditation 75
Smith, George H The third major characteristic of God Meditation 112
Kipling, Rudyard The Three in One, the One in Three? Meditation 190
Caen, Herb The trouble with born again Christians Meditation 96
Russell, Bertrand The trouble with the world is Meditation 190
Billingsley, Lloyd The true fanatic is a theocrat, Meditation 96
Washburn, Lemuel K The true man walks the earth Meditation 241
Arnold, Matthew The true mystery of the world is Meditation 505
Stephen, Leslie The truth cannot be asserted without Meditation 251
Voltaire The truths of religion are never so well understood Meditation 301
Washburn, Lemuel K The truths which God revealed have been Meditation 251
Weicker, Lowell The United States is not a Christian nation. Meditation 89
Leary, Timothy The universe is an intelligence test. Meditation 122
Sagan, Carl The universe is neither benign nor hostile Meditation 380
Maurois, Andre The value of the average conversation Meditation 622
Trotter, Wilfred The various systems of doctrine that have Meditation 325
Boosler, Elayne The Vatican is against surrogate Meditation 401
Franklin, Benjamin The way to see by faith is Meditation 364
Shakespeare, William The whole problem with the world is Meditation 547
Freud, Sigmund The whole thing is so patently infantile Meditation 275
Mencken, HL The wisest mind has something Meditation 635
Buddha The world is in continuous flux Meditation 484
Powys, Llewelyn The world is in need of less religion Meditation 170
Paine, Thomas The world is my country, Meditation 231
Robinson, Edwin Arlington The world is not a prison house Meditation 105
Stokes, Bob The world is proof Meditation 364
Mill, John Stuart The world would be astonished if it knew Meditation 89
Voltaire Theological religion is the source of Meditation 325
Heinlein, Robert A Theology is never any help; Meditation 75
Mencken, HL Theology is the effort to explain Meditation 425
Anonymous Theology: the study of Meditation 241
Stein, Gertrude There ain't no answer. Meditation 401
Twain, Mark There are many scapegoats for our sins Meditation 313
Hoffer, Eric There are many who have grave scruples Meditation 152
Lynn, Loretta There are more hypocrites in church Meditation 211
Twain, Mark There are those who scoff Meditation 325
Foote, George W There are two things in the world Meditation 170
Korzybski, Alfred There are two ways to slide easily through life; Meditation 622
Carter, Jimmy There can be no incompatibility between Meditation 364
Shawcross, Hartley There comes a point Meditation 152
Gualtieri, Antonio There is a disposition on the part of institutions Meditation 231
Pascal, Blaise There is a God-shaped vaccuum Meditation 75
Spencer, Herbert There is a principle which is a bar to Meditation 450
Stevenson, Robert Louis There is an idea abroad among moral people Meditation 162
Santayana, George There is no cure for life Meditation 286
Bonaparte, Napoleon There is no place in a fanatic's head Meditation 105
Wells, HG There is no reason whatever to believe Meditation 364
Twain, Mark There is nothing more impressive Meditation 349
O'Rourke, PJ There is only one basic human right, Meditation 142
Mitchell, Richard There is only one Education, Meditation 190
Shaw, George Bernard There is only one religion, Meditation 190
Russell, Bertrand There is something feeble... Meditation 75
Tennyson, Alfred There lives more faith in honest doubt, Meditation 484
Oppenheimer, J. Robert There must be no barriers to freedom of inquiry Meditation 251
Green, Ruth Hermence There was a time when religion ruled the world Meditation 96
Joel, Billy They say there's a heaven for those Meditation 64
Leary, Timothy Think for yourself... Meditation 112
Ingersoll, Robert G This crime called blasphemy Meditation 349
Dalai Lama This is my simple religion. Meditation 162
Lister, Dave This is terrible! Holy wars! Killing! Meditation 190
Roosevelt, Eleanor Those of us who believe in the right Meditation 64
Plato Those who are too smart to engage Meditation 425
Virgil Those who can make you believe absurdities Meditation 526
Menander Those who wish to appear wise among fools Meditation 547
Jackson, Robert H Thought control is a copyright Meditation 122
Proust, Marcel To acquire knowledge, one must Meditation 526
Disraeli, Benjamin To be conscious you are ignorant Meditation 117
Hoffer, Eric To be effective a doctrine must not Meditation 325
Twain, Mark To be good is noble, but Meditation 601
Inge, William Ralph To become a popular religion, Meditation 130
Burton, Sir Richard Francis To believe in God or in a guiding force Meditation 547
Leszczynski, Stanislaw To believe with certainty we Meditation 635
Darrow, Clarence To have doubted one's own Meditation 547
Schrader, Don To hear many religious people talk Meditation 260
Buddha To insist on a spiritual practice Meditation 130
Copernicus To know that we know what we know Meditation 380
O'Rourke, PJ To mistrust science and deny the validity Meditation 364
Rushdie, Salman To put it as simply as possible... Meditation 83
Tolstoy, Leo To regard Christ as God, and Meditation 337
Hobbes, Thomas To say that God is an incorporeal substance, Meditation 142
Watson, James D Today, evolution is an accepted fact for everyone Meditation 635
Twain, Mark True irreverence is disrespect for Meditation 364
Einstein, Albert True religion is real living; Meditation 130
proverb (Arabian) Trust in Allah, Meditation 301
Krishnamurti, Jiddu Truth is a pathless land, Meditation 211
Russell, Bertrand Truth is a shining goddess, Meditation 211
Miller, Dennis TV evangelists say they don't favor Meditation 337
Twain, Mark Under certain circumstances, profanity Meditation 275
Friedman, Milton Underlying most arguments against Meditation 162
Bronte, Emily Vain are the thousand creeds Meditation 313
Twain, Mark We all do no end of feeling and we mistake Meditation 484
Dawkins, Richard We are all atheists about most Meditation 364
Orwell, George We are all capable of believing things Meditation 260
Durrell, Lawrence We are all looking... Meditation 83
Dawkins, Richard We are built as gene machines and Meditation 380
Auden, W. H. We are here on earth to do good to others. Meditation 380
Ingersoll, Robert G We are not accountable for the sins Meditation 241
Hubbard, Elbert We are punished by our sins, Meditation 170
Ingersoll, Robert G We are told in the Pentateuch, Meditation 231
Aristotle We become just by Meditation 401
Wilson, A.N. We cannot hope for a society in which Meditation 251
Swift, Jonathan We have just enough religion to make us hate, Meditation 162
Cato the Younger We have long since lost the true names of things. Meditation 450
Bradbury, Ray We have thousands of religions Meditation 201
Vonnegut, Kurt We humanists behave as well we can Meditation 622
Niebuhr, Reinhold We make simple moral judgments, Meditation 526
Russell, Bertrand We may define "faith" Meditation 83
Renard, Jules We must be greater than God, Meditation 221
Singer, Isaac B We must believe in free will. Meditation 471
Washburn, Lemuel K We must condemn Christianity... Meditation 142
Levensen, Sam We must learn from the mistakes of others. Meditation 260
Roddenberry, Gene We must question the story logic Meditation 275
Russell, Bertrand We must therefore ask ourselves Meditation 241
Springsteen, Bruce Well did God make man in a breath Meditation 450
Monty Python Well, it's like I always said, Meditation 105
Friedman, Kinky We're all worm bait waiting Meditation 425
Twain, Mark What God lacks is convictions Meditation 380
Jefferson, Thomas What has been the effect of religious coercion? Meditation 105
Hawking, Stephen W What I have done is to show that it is possible Meditation 89
Cleese, John What is absurd is not the teachings Meditation 380
Rushdie, Salman What is freedom of expression? Meditation 122
Boucher, Anthony What is there to do in life but Meditation 401
Parton, Dolly What people do behind closed doors Meditation 380
Vonnegut, Kurt What the Gospels actually said was Meditation 89
Russell, Bertrand What the world needs is not dogma Meditation 89
Sophocles What you cannot enforce, Meditation 380
Turgenev, Ivan Whatever a man prays for, he prays Meditation 221
Fowles, John Whatever sympathy I feel towards religions, Meditation 180
Ingersoll, Robert G When a man really believes that it is necessary Meditation 211
James, Dresden When a well-packaged web of lies Meditation 162
O'Toole, Peter When did I realise I was God? Meditation 601
Carlin, George When it comes to God's existence Meditation 526
Anonymous When no one had answers they created God. Meditation 201
Rand, Ayn When one turns from reason to faith Meditation 269
Hoffer, Eric When people are free Meditation 162
Herbert, Frank When politics and religion are intermingled, Meditation 201
Nicholson, Jack When we make mistakes they call it evil. Meditation 231
Twain, Mark When we remember that we are all Meditation 471
Tomlin, Lily When we talk to God, we're praying. Meditation 364
Flanagan, Brian When you feel that you have right Meditation 142
Confucius When you know a thing, to hold that Meditation 635
Sagan, Carl When you make the finding yourself Meditation 622
Miller, Arthur Whenever I hear someone's in touch Meditation 142
Paine, Thomas Whenever we read the obscene stories Meditation 275
Hippocrates Where prayer, amulets and incantations... Meditation 83
Sagan, Carl Where skeptical observation and discussion Meditation 635
Nietzsche, Friedrich Which is it:... Meditation 83
Carlin, George Who says life is sacred Meditation 325
Nietzsche, Friedrich Whoever fights monsters Meditation 579
Ghandi, Mohandas Whomsoever you follow, howsoever great Meditation 251
Satie, Erik Why attack God? Meditation 380
Burns, Robert Why has a religious turn... Meditation 75
Shaw, George Bernard Why should we take advice on sex Meditation 269
Hume, David Why, then, eternal punishment for Meditation 286
Sophocles Wisdom outweighs Meditation 505
Schumaker, John F Without cultural sanction, Meditation 162
von Goethe, Johann Woe to him who would ascribe Meditation 221
Lee, Chris Would you sing 'Krishna bless America' Meditation 180
Hare, David Writers always sound insufferably smug when Meditation 425
Confucius You are not able even to serve man Meditation 425
Hoffer, Eric You can discover what your enemy Meditation 505
Flanagan, Brian You can do some terrible things Meditation 130
Scopes, John You don't protect any of your Meditation 450
Ali, Muhammed You don't want no pie in the sky Meditation 380
Russell, Bertrand You find as you look around the world that Meditation 241
Blake, William You never know what is enough Meditation 117
Huxley, Aldous You never see animals going through the absurd Meditation 170
Feynman, Richard You see, one thing is, Meditation 117
Leary, Timothy You're only as young as... Meditation 117