Rudolf Gwalther on the difficulty of uprooting superstition

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... There is nothing more important or more necessary than to uproot everything that needs to be thrown out, because otherwise those who try to do it later will be hindered by the example and authority of their predecessors and will get nothing but envy and hatred for their godly pains, as we can see in many places today. Particularly mistaken are those who put up with many things in the hope that better times will come, as if those times will somehow appear of their own accord. What is false and erroneous is also harmful and therefore should not be tolerated for a moment by anyone with the power to remove it. ...

For more, see Rudolf Gwalther on the difficulty of uprooting superstition.
 

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... There is nothing more important or more necessary than to uproot everything that needs to be thrown out, because otherwise those who try to do it later will be hindered by the example and authority of their predecessors and will get nothing but envy and hatred for their godly pains, as we can see in many places today. Particularly mistaken are those who put up with many things in the hope that better times will come, as if those times will somehow appear of their own accord. What is false and erroneous is also harmful and therefore should not be tolerated for a moment by anyone with the power to remove it. ...

For more, see Rudolf Gwalther on the difficulty of uprooting superstition.
This is at root the problem with many corrupts and idolatries like the pretended holy days and images. I'm "borrowing" this for sure.
 
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