purehearted

pure•heart•ed

(ˈpyʊərˈhɑr tɪd)

adj.
(of a person) without malice or treachery; sincere; guileless.
[1825–35]
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This simple act by a purehearted hero stirs King Arthur's evil half-sister Morgana (Rebecca Ferguson) in her subterranean lair.
'[It does not] matter that a legislature consists entirely of the purehearted, if the law it enacts in fact singles out a religious practice for special burdens.'" (quoting Church of the Lukumi Babalu Aye, Inc.
'" A story about recapturing one's spirit and the purehearted love of sports, The Highest Number in the World is highly recommended, especially for young hockey fans!
(109) Quoting his concurring opinion in Lukumi, Justice Scalia argued, "[It does not] matter that a legislature consists entirely of the purehearted, if the law it enacts in fact singles out a religious practice for special burdens." (110) Thus, a law that infringes on the free exercise of religion ought to be unconstitutional regardless of the legislature's motive.
"The Christian ethic," he said, "is not an ethic of race relations; it is an ethic of the individual and mankind; it is not an ethic of a nation, class, or race." Most important was the individual and that person's "purehearted surrender" to God.