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It would be far better to be of no church than to be bitter of any
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"It would be far better to be of no church than to be bitter of any"

- William Penn

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This quote by William Penn is a reminder that it is much better to be of no church than to be bitter of any type of. Penn is recommending that it is better to be without a religious affiliation than to be a part of a church that causes bitterness. He is emphasizing the importance of having a favorable attitude as well as overview when it concerns religion. Penn is suggesting that it is much better to be without a church than to be a part of one that triggers bitterness. He is stressing the significance of having a favorable attitude as well as expectation when it involves faith. He is additionally suggesting that it is far better to be without a church than to be a component of one that causes division and quarrel. Penn is encouraging people to be open-minded and tolerant of various beliefs as well as to not let bitterness and bitterness obstruct of their faith. He is reminding us that it is far better to be of no church than to be bitter of any.

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William Penn This quote is written / told by William Penn between October 14, 1644 and July 30, 1718. He was a famous Leader from England. The author also have 41 other quotes.

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