„If I knew a foreigner from anywhere in his virtue who would love God and would be interested in the good more than my own brother, he would be dearer to me than my brother. And hence I prefer good English priests over timid Czech priests and good German over an evil brother.“

—  Jan Hus

p. 225.

Última atualização 22 de Maio de 2020. História
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pensador e reformador religioso 1369 - 1415

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Love made the senti'ment kindly good: the Priest perverted all to ill.“

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Contexto: Hard to the heart is final death: fain would an Ens not end in Nil;
Love made the senti'ment kindly good: the Priest perverted all to ill.
While Reason sternly bids us die, Love longs for life beyond the grave:
Our hearts, affections, hopes and fears for Life-to-be shall ever crave.
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Who e'er return'd to teach the Truth, the things of Heaven and Hell to limn?
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