Churches 6

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St. Aidan
Church of St. Aidan, Anglican. January 30, 2005.



Kew Beach United
Kew Beach United Church. January 30, 2005.



Bellefair United
Bellefair United Church. January 30, 2005.



Waverley Road Baptist
Waverley Road Baptist Church. January 30, 2005.



Corpus Christi
Corpus Christi Catholic Church. January 30, 2005.



St. Peter's
St. Peter's Estonian Lutheran, Mount Pleasant Road. August 1, 2004.



Church of the Transfiguration
Church of the Transfiguration, Anglican. August 1, 2004.



Glebe Presbyterian
Glebe Presbyterian. August 1, 2004.



Mt Pleasant Baptist
Mount Pleasant Road Baptist. August 1, 2004.



Manor Road United
Manor Road United Church. August 1, 2004.



Church of Christ
Church of Christ, Bayview Avenue. August 1, 2004.



St. Anselm
St. Anselm Catholic Church in Leaside. August 1, 2004.



Leaside United
Leaside United Church. August 1, 2004.



Quotes

"It seems fair to state that Protestant fundamentalism is a dangerous religion. Their fantasies have a dangerous impact on public Policy."
Malise Ruthven, author of "Fundamentalism: The Search For Meaning", Oxford University Press.

"Traveller: God has been mighty good to your fields, Mr. Farmer.
Farmer: You should have seen how he treated them when I wasn't around."

(unknown)

"I suggest that the anthropomorphic god-idea is not a harmless infirmity of human thought, but a very noxious fallacy, which is largely responsible for the calamities the world is at present enduring"
William Archer (1856-1924), "Theology and War".

"Atheism leaves a man to sense, to philosophy, to natural piety, to laws, to reputation, all which may be guides to an outward moral virtue, though religion were not; but superstition dismounts all these, and erects an absolute monarchy in the minds of men...the master of superstition is the people; and arguments are fitted to practice, in a reverse order."
Sir Francis Bacon.

"The world would be astonished if it knew how great a proportion of its brightest ornaments, of those most ditinguished even in popular estimation for wisdom and virtue, are complete skeptics in religion."
John Stuart Mill (1806-1873) British philosopher.