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I say quite deliberately that the Christian religion, as organized in its Churches, has been and still is the principal
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"I say quite deliberately that the Christian religion, as organized in its Churches, has been and still is the principal enemy of moral progress in the world"

- Bertrand Russell

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Bertrand Russell's quote recommends that organized Christianity has actually been a major obstacle to moral development in the world. He implies that the Church has actually prevented the advancement of ethical values and principles, and has instead promoted a system of beliefs and practices that are not conducive to ethical progress. Russell's statement indicates that the Church has actually been a significant force in preventing the improvement of morality, and has instead concentrated on maintaining its own power and influence. He suggests that the Church has been a major obstacle to the advancement of ethical values and principles, and has actually instead promoted a system of beliefs and practices that are not conducive to moral progress. Russell's statement indicates that the Church has actually been a significant force in preventing the development of morality, and has actually instead concentrated on keeping its own power and impact. He recommends that the Church has been a major obstacle to the advancement of ethical values and concepts, and has actually instead promoted a system of beliefs and practices that are not favorable to ethical development.

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Bertrand Russell This quote is written / told by Bertrand Russell between May 18, 1872 and February 2, 1970. He was a famous Philosopher from United Kingdom. The author also have 102 other quotes.

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