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"'My son,' Gallio interrupted himself, 'there is always something fundamentally wrong with a rich man or a king who pretends to be religious. Let the poor and helpless invoke the gods. That is what the gods are for - to distract the attention of the weak from their otherwise intolerable miseries.'" Chapter I, Page 15

"'Yes, sir,' assented Paulus, his gusty storm having blown out - 'but you will find that these damned scoundrels in Jerusalem know good wine when they see it, and aren't mean about sharing it with the Roman legions. That' - he added, with cool mockery - 'is to encourage us to be on the lookout for any foolhardy patriot who speaks bout the lost kingdom.'" Chapter III, Page 58

"They're authentic - the gods. Some of them want war, some want peace, some of them don't know what they want -...

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