“We are children born of God. There are differences of degree — but all are of the same spirit, birthright sons of God. From this affirmation we are to look upon men; according to it we are to direct our conduct.” (Lee S. McCollester)
In “The Practice of Universalism,” the occasional sermon for the Universalist General Convention, October 27, 1907, at the Church of the Restoration, Philadelphia. Forty-second Annual Report of the Board of Trustees [of the Universalist General Convention] (1907), page 120.