Friday, September 30, 2011

Another quote of the century

One of the cool things about quoting others is you don't have to compose witty things yourself.

"What Europe suffered two hundred years ago was an attack on God. What we face today is an attack on man." --Ryan N.S. Topping, in First Things.

I would call this the "Quote of the Day..."

But, sadly, I think it is shaping up to be the quote of the century:

"In general, modern people chafe against revealed authority because they expect the outer life of institutions to be rendered serviceable to the psychological inner life of individuals." --Jennifer Ferrara, former Lutheran Minister, Catholic convert, in a 2004 Zenit interview.