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1  God and religion before the world.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man By James Joyce
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2  Said religion was not a lying-in hospital.
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3  You talk to me of nationality, language, religion.
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4  I admire the mind of man independent of all religions.
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5  If they took a fool's advice they would confine their attention to religion.
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6  I will defend my church and my religion when it is insulted and spit on by renegade catholics.
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7  You flouted the ministers of holy religion, you turned your back on the confessional, you wallowed deeper and deeper in the mire of sin.
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8  Crossing Stephen's, that is, my green, remembered that his countrymen and not mine had invented what Cranly the other night called our religion.
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9  He stood towards the myth upon which no individual mind had ever drawn out a line of beauty and to its unwieldy tales that divided against themselves as they moved down the cycles in the same attitude as towards the Roman catholic religion, the attitude of a dull-witted loyal serf.
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