Timothy was a wiry old laborer, of a type lingering in those times—who had his savings in a stocking-foot, lived in a lone cottage, and was not to be wrought on by any oratory, having as little of the feudal spirit, and believing as little, as if he had not been totally unacquainted with the Age of Reason and the Rights of Man.
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The Age of Reason saw a separation of philosophy and theology.
There once was an Age of Reason, but we’ve progressed beyond it.