Wilson: Trifling Reason

“In our attempt to live creedlessly, we have forgotten the faith of our fathers. We do this because we think our fathers are detached and unconnected from us, and we think this for the trifling reason that these men are all now dead and we never met them.”

– Douglas Wilson, Angels in the Architecture (p. 100)

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