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"But in what conceivable frame of mind does he rush in to
select one particular scroll of the scriptures of this
one particular group (a scroll which had always belonged
to them and been a part of their hocus-pocus, if it was
hocus-pocus); why in the world should the man in the street say
that one particular scroll was not bosh, but was the one and only
truth by which all the other things were to be condemned? Why
should it not be as superstitious to worship the scrolls as the
statues, of that one particular procession? Why should it not be as
reasonable to preserve the statues as the scrolls, by the tenets of
that particular creed?

"To say to the priests, "Your statues and scrolls are condemned
by our common sense," is sensible. To say, "Your statues are
condemned by your scrolls, and we are going to worship one part
of your procession and wreck the rest," is not sensible from any
standpoint, least of all that of the man in the street."

- G. K. Chesterton, The Catholic Church and Conversion

RIP Dr. Nathanson.



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