The Bible tells us to love our neighbors, and also to love our enemies, probably because they are generally the same people.
Tolerance is the virtue of people who don’t believe anything.
Freedom of speech means practically in our modern civilization that we must only talk about unimportant things.
Keep before your eyes the supreme adventure of virtue. If you are brave, think of the man who was braver than you. If you are kind, think of the man who was kinder than you. That is what was meant by having a patron saint.
I am quite ready to respect another man’s faith; but it is too much to ask that I should respect his doubt, his worldly hesitations and fictions, his political bargain and make-believe.
It is rather ridiculous to ask a man just about to be boiled in a pot and eaten, at a purely religious feast, why he does not regard all religions as equally friendly and fraternal.
by G. K. Chesterton