Famous quote by Charles Kingsley

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A man may learn from his Bible to be a more thorough gentleman than if he had been brought up in all the drawing-rooms i
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"A man may learn from his Bible to be a more thorough gentleman than if he had been brought up in all the drawing-rooms in London"

- Charles Kingsley

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This quote by Charles Kingsley suggests that a person can discover more about being a gentleman from the Bible than from any other source. Kingsley suggests that the Bible can supply a person with the understanding and understanding of how to be a real gentleman, even if they have actually not been exposed to the rules and custom-mades of the upper classes. He suggests that the Bible can supply an individual with the ethical and ethical concepts that are essential to be a true gentleman. Kingsley suggests that the Bible can provide a person with the guidance and wisdom to be a gentleman in all elements of life, not just in the drawing spaces of London. He recommends that the Bible can supply a person with the understanding and understanding of how to be a real gentleman, even if they have actually not been exposed to the etiquette and customizeds of the upper classes. Kingsley indicates that the Bible can supply a person with the moral and ethical principles that are needed to be a real gentleman, and that these principles are more vital than any other form of education. He recommends that the Bible can supply a person with the assistance and wisdom to be a gentleman in all elements of life, not simply in the drawing spaces of London.

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England Flag This quote is written / told by Charles Kingsley between June 12, 1819 and January 23, 1875. He was a famous Clergyman from England. The author also have 19 other quotes.

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