Before the spectacle that many of us saw on those sodden fields of Flanders, both humanist and religionist should be alike aghast.
He is an idealist, he is a realist, he is a religionist, he is a natural philosopher.
A Savant who is not also a poet in soul and a religionist in heart is a feeble and unhappy creature.
No religionist seems capable of comprehending this plain truth.
To the religionist this is an indication of the "beauty" in nature.
Still he did not want to become a religionist—a religious enthusiast.
It expresses, in a sentence, the essence of the distinction between the Freethinker and the religionist.
The laws of Nature are the same in effect on the atheist and the religionist.
The religionist denies this, and asserts that some form of supernaturalism is essential to the moral health of men and women.
More than any other merely philosophical writer, it seems to us that Mr. Spencer assists the important work of the religionist.