Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury Quote

... the common sense of Christendom has always prescribed for national policy principles diametrically opposed to those that are laid down in the Sermon on the Mount.


Saturday Review, 17, 1864, pp. 129–30.

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The common sense of Christendom has always prescribed for national policy principles diametrically opposed to those that are laid down in the Sermon...

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The common sense of Christendom has always prescribed for national policy principles diametrically opposed to those that are laid down in the Sermon...

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The common sense of Christendom has always prescribed for national policy principles diametrically opposed to those that are laid down in the Sermon...

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The common sense of Christendom has always prescribed for national policy principles diametrically opposed to those that are laid down in the Sermon...