„When I live holy, He's pleased with me, and when I don't live holy He's not pleased with me, but whether He's pleased with me or not has nothing to do with my salvation... You think your attempt at living holy entitles you to stay in the family of God. That's a dangerous heresy. You are in the family of God (if you are in the family of God at all) by the grace of God, through faith... My salvation is not dependent on my goodness at all.“

—  Kent Hovind, Dr. Kent Hovind Q&A - Tardigrades Rewrite Evolution Theory - UFOs, Holiness https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQKnxLzPr7M, Youtube (November 28, 2015)
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„Tis true, my form is something odd
but blaming me, is blaming God,
Could I create myself anew
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—  Joseph Merrick English man with severe deformities 1862 - 1890
This is a rhyme used in Merrick's sideshow pamphlet, and which he is said to have often repeated, and used to sign his letters, followed by a quotation from "False Greatness" by Isaac Watts, first published in Horae Lyricae (1706) Bk. II: If I could reach from pole to pole or grasp the ocean with a span, I would be measured by the soul The mind's the standard of the Man.

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