“Appel, in his pursuit of the exotic and the novel in religion, seemed to feel any and all faiths were equal paths to God. I argued that God had forged a path to us, and that we were otherwise lost. That otherwise, he was lost. He posed as the kind of Christian who would pass muster with agnostics such as Mr. H. G. Wells.”
“No amount of well-intentioned discussion can change God from being the true God.”
Father Brown: A Roman Catholic priest from Essex, England, whose knowledge of human nature, gained by his experience with religion and his time spent hearing confession, allows him to solve many mysterious crimes.
“You attacked reason. It's bad theology.”
“Sleep. We have come to the end of the ways. Do you know what sleep is? Do you know that every man who sleeps believes in God? It is a sacrament; for it is an act of faith and it is a food.”
“Humility is the mother of giants. One sees great things from the valley; only small things from the peak.”
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