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- For we must hold, that our mind never rises seriously to desire and aspire after the future, until it has learned to despise the present life. 2. For there is no medium between the two things: the earth must either be worthless in our estimation, or keep us enslaved by an intemperate love of it. Therefore, if we have any regard to eternity, we must carefully strive to disencumber ourselves of these fetters.
- -John Calvin (Life of a Christian Man. Scriptural arguments exhorting to it)
- Who will venture to place the authority of Copernicus above that of the Holy Spirit?
- -John Calvin, citing Psalm 93:1 in his Commentary on Genesis]
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