H.P. Blavatsky Collected Writings Vol. 3 Page 386


[The Theosophist, Vol. III, No. 3, December, 1881, p. 84]

[The following footnote is appended by H. P. B. toan account of crimes performed by Christian divines:]

We have been repeatedly and unjustly accused of bearing ill will to the Western Clergy, and while copying all the evil reports about them we can find, not to have taken notice of the good they do. We can copy but what we find in the news and—no more. We bear no ill will to any creed especially, and are ready to publish reports of the remarkable doings of any class of men whatever. Hence, we do not see why we should be more particularly careful not to hurt the feelings of the class of men under notice, than those of any other class of men. The subject has a distinct bearing upon the cause we advocate and represent, and it is our special object to find out which of the four great world religions is the more likely to promote morality among men.