Friday, February 08, 2008

Psychology vs. Man

G K Chesterton, of course:

Christianity said that any man could be a saint if he chose; democracy, that every man could be a citizen if he chose. The note of the last few decades in art and ethics has been that a man is stamped with an irrevocable psychology and is cramped for perpetuity in the prison of his skull.

....which, ipso facto, is perfectly anti-Christian.

1 comment:

Lefty blogger in Milwaukee said...

Isn't God supposed to be everywhere? So what is wrong with worshiping him internally as well as externally?

It would seem to be more genuine than to have the message lost in ritualistic behaviors.