By Norris Pope
Dickens's spiritual ideals have been these of such a lot nineteenth century British Unitarians. In his will he suggested his young children to undertake a liberal, tolerant, and non-sectarian interpretation of Christianity, "the instructing of the recent testomony in its extensive spirit." He instructed they "put no religion in any man's slim development" of remoted passages. within the lifetime of Our Lord, written for his youngsters and never released till 1934, Dickens summarized his religion as "to do strong always." He believed humanity, created within the snapshot of the divine, retained a seed of fine. He preached the gospel of the second one probability. the realm will be a greater position if, with a metamorphosis of middle, humans have been to regard others with kindness and generosity. ..