Thomas Williams - Religion

Religion

  • Thomas Williams (Archbishop of Birmingham) (1877–1946), British Roman Catholic archbishop
  • Thomas Williams (Archdeacon of Craven) (1889–1956), Anglican priest
  • Thomas Williams (Dean of Bangor) (1870–1941), Welsh Anglican priest
  • Thomas Williams (priest and translator) (1658–1726), Welsh Anglican priest
  • Thomas Williams (Vicar Apostolic of the Northern District) (1660–1740), Roman Catholic bishop
  • Thomas Charles Williams (1868–1927), Welsh Calvinistic Methodist minister

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    It must appear impossible, that theism could, from reasoning, have been the primary religion of human race, and have afterwards, by its corruption, given birth to polytheism and to all the various superstitions of the heathen world. Reason, when obvious, prevents these corruptions: When abstruse, it keeps the principles entirely from the knowledge of the vulgar, who are alone liable to corrupt any principle or opinion.

    David Hume (1711–1776)

    Whereas Freud was for the most part concerned with the morbid effects of unconscious repression, Jung was more interested in the manifestations of unconscious expression, first in the dream and eventually in all the more orderly products of religion and art and morals.
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