About Benjamin Whichcote:
Benjamin Whichcote was a British Establishment and Puritan divine, Provost of King's College, Cambridge, and leader of the Cambridge Platonists.
Among politicians the esteem of religion is profitable; the principles of it are troublesome.
Fear is the denomination of the Old Testament; belief is the denomination of the New.
Some things must be good in themselves, else there could be no measure whereby to lay out good and evil.
None are so empty as those who are full of themselves.
Conscience without judgment is superstition.
The longest sword, the strongest lungs, the most voices, are false measures of truth.