In a book called “The Cloister and the Hearth,” by Charles Reade, two men are shown back-packing their way across Europe during very dangerous times. One of them constantly tries to shoreup his companion’s courage by repeating the words, “Courage my friend, the devil is dead! Courage my friend, the devil is dead!” What would have been better said, however, is “Courage my friend, God is alive! Courage my friend, God is alive!”
Historian H.G. Welles, in his “religious” period during World War I, said that …
Religion is the first and last thing, and until a man has found God, he begins at no beginning, he works to no end. He may have his friendships, his partial…
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