G. K. Chesterton Quote

A man making the confession of any creed worth ten minutes' intelligent talk, is always a man who gains something and gives up something. So long as he does both he can create: for he is making an outline and a shape.


Ch I: The Victorian Compromise and Its Enemies (p. 20) - The Victorian Age in Literature (1913)

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