I wish I knew who it was that said, "In essentials let there be unity: 
in non-essentials, liberty; and in all things, charity." But if I ever 
knew who said it I cannot now remember who it was, and I don't know that 
it matters, because the beauty and truth of the utterance is 
self-evident. It is one of those things which the world has accepted 
into its literature as being true and sensible, and it matters little 
who said it since it does not require other authority than the thing 
itself to commend it to men.

(B.H. Roberts, Conference Report, October 1912)

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