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WILLIAM CHILLINGWORTH
English scholar and theologian
(1602 - 1644)

Almost all the virtues that can be named are enwrapt in one virtue of charity and love:--"for it suffereth long." and so it is longanimity; it "is kind," and so it is courtesy; it "vaunteth not itself," and so it is modesty; it "is not puffed up," and so it is humility; it "is not easily provoked," and so it is lenity; it "thinketh no evil," and so it is simplicity; it "rejoiceth in the truth," and so it is verity; it "beareth all things," and so it is fortitude; it "believeth all things," and so it is faith ; it "hopeth all things," and so it is confidence; it "endureth all things," and so it is patience; it "never faileth," and so it is perseverance.
      - [Charity]

Passionate expression and vehement assertion are no arguments, unless it be of the weakness of the cause that is defended by them, or of the man that defends it.
      - [Argument]

I once knew a man out of courtesy help a lame dog over a stile, and he for requital bit his fingers.
      - The Religion of Protestants [Courtesy]


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