“We are supposed to live in a skeptical age. In fact, we live in an age of outrageous credulity. The ‘death of God,’ or at least the dying of the Christian God, has been accompanied by the birth of a plethora of new idols. They have multiplied like bacteria on the corpse of the Christian Church–from strange pagan cults and sects to the silly, sub-Christian superstitions of ‘The Da Vinci Code’.”
More H E R E from the Pertinacious Papist.
HT: Anglican TK
Wanna read two excellent books at once? I recommend Eco’s Foucault’s Pendulum and its companion: the Oxford English Dictionary.