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"If thought is the undersigned and irrelevant product of cerebral motions, what reason have we to trust it?" (Part I, Evil and God, 21)

"... if the modern materialist saw with his own eyes the heavens rolled up and the great white throne appearing ... he would continue forever ... to regard his experience as an illusion and to find the explanation of it in psycho-analysis, or cerebral pathology. Experience by itself proves nothing." (Part I, Miracles, 25)

"Man's reason is in such deep insolvency to sense." (Part I, Horrid Red Things, 71)

"The real problem is this. The enormous size of the universe and the insignificance of the earth were known for centuries, and no one ever dreamed that they had any bearing on the religious question. Then, less than a hundred years ago, they are suddenly trotted out as an argument against Christianity. And the people who trot them out carefully hush up...

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