Quotation by Thomas Hobbes

What use soever be made of truth, yet truth is truth, and now the question is not, what is fit to be preached, but what is true.
Thomas Hobbes (1579–1688), British philosopher. English Works, "Of Liberty and Necessity," p. 252, ed. Molesworth (1839-1845).

Concerning the pernicious use that may be used of the doctrine of predestination.
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