“No, I don't believe in God,” says Hartley. “I was raised with no religion, but a lot of morals. I feel strongly to this day that right and religion don’t necessarily go hand in hand.”
"It has taken nearly 2000 years for the married woman to get back that personal independence which she enjoyed under the later Roman Law, but lost through the influence which Christianity exercised on European legislation. And it may be truly said that she regained it, not by the aid of the churches, but despite the opposition."